Within a project organisation the 5 roles are
The project manager is accountable in ensuring the project is delivered within, Time, cost, quality, scope as well as ensuing the benefits are realised.
Any slippage to scope can have an impact on, time, cost, deliverables, programme, resource.
Therefore it is important regular reviews milestones and stage gates happen and are signed off as acceptance and approval.
Cost ensuring the project is deliverable within the defined budget, by having the required reviews and ensuring a well-defined plan is in place, continuous reviews this and by setting out the work packages and procurement exercises this should help support to cost.
• Quality, by agreeing and defining the PMP plan the project manager has a guide in which they can follow and this will outline the various process and people who need to be involved by following this it will ensure quality to the delivery of the project.
If the plan is not followed and various reviews undertaken the project will have issues and concerns and the quality will not be delivered as required.
2 Team members,
Support the project manager – Assistance with the interface with sponsor and client, project liaison with other project resource, ensuring the project is delivered to the agreed timescale and in accordance with the agreed and approved business plan and to the PMP.
3 Project offices, the project office is a vital part of a project team, as it supports the PM with
• Governance, guidance,
• Training, resource,
• Secure finance, the sponsor will liaise with the relevant financial departments and finance teams in securing the required funding for the project.
• Decide what the project is – the user/client is the person/s who has had an idea of what they want to do and why they want to do the project or projects.