As mentioned previously, the line between Project Manager and Product Manager is not always visible. And quite often, one specialist can perform the functions of both. On large projects though, these roles are better split. It will make everyone feel better, trust us. And the efficiency will improve significantly. Such a decision will affect not only the speed of development but also its quality, as well as the morale of all team members. Project Managers make project goals their own and use their skills and experience to inspire a sense of shared purpose within the project team. They develop the skills necessary to develop trust and communication between all stakeholders of the project: its sponsors, users, those who own the necessary resources, and members of the development team.
A Project Manager is responsible for the day-to-day management of the project and must be competent in managing six aspects: scale, schedule, finance, risk, quality, and resources. Most often, they work on specific projects that have specific results, time constraints, and must remain within budget.
Project Management is a growing and rapidly changing profession. Never before has it been so important for professionals to demonstrate their skills, and for organizations to evaluate their capabilities. Project management tools and techniques are versatile, and a good Project Manager should be able to create value in any environment.
They also possess a combination of many skills, including the ability to ask the right questions, identify unspecified assumptions and resolve conflicts, as well as general management skills (and more).
Key among the responsibilities is the recognition of the fact that risk directly affects the likelihood of success and that this risk must be measured both formally and informally throughout the life of the project.
A Project Manager will be responsible for planning, monitoring, and evaluating the development process on the project. They will also be helping the technical, design and business teams interact, communicate with each other and be, so to speak, on the “same page”. A Project Manager is a great team player, able not only to motivate the team, but to also resolve conflicts. They are always on the project from start to finish, motivated by the success for themselves and their team.
The average salary of a Project Manager in Belarus ranges from $600 to $3000. But one should understand that the figure will depend on the experience and skills of the developer. In our experience, there were also cases when the client was ready to agree on the salary suggested by the candidate, if, of course, the latter was up to par.
In order to be a good Project Manager, one needs to constantly gain experience and knowledge in this field, progress, read useful literature, watch speeches/videos from leading Project Managers.
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