Role of a Project Manager

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Role of a Project Manager:

The Project Manager is a major stakeholder in the project. Though, he does not have the final authority over the project, he is a visible stakeholder. He represents the project team, and is also responsible for getting the work done from it.

A project manager may or may not have control over the resources. A project manager need to be assigned until the first phase of the project life cycle is complete but should ideally be assigned before the second stage, that is, planning is undertaken. A project manager who participates in drafting the project charter is able to plan the project in a better manner. A project manager performs the project management functions.

An effective project manager is expected to have the following qualities: 

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