Jyoti Bhusal asked:
Every Successful manager needs some skills. Project Managers are those who should have some specific skills to be successful in any projects. They should have â€˜know-howâ€™ ideas about the projects. Some of the essential skills are listed as:
General Skills & Abilities:
â€¢ Effective planning for project.
â€¢ Control on scope, schedule and budget of projects.
â€¢ Reporting upper Management.
â€¢ Finding the deliverables, costs and schedules of projects
â€¢ Communicating with the critical departments for team building.
â€¢ Co-ordination of the projects.
â€¢ Project control and management.
Performance and Training Abilities:
â€¢ Plan, manage and control projects more successfully
â€¢ Increase project cooperation and communication between departments and functions
â€¢ Coordinate the tasks more effectively between departments
â€¢ Enhance the spirit of teamwork among project team members with a motivating team building training
â€¢ Reduce new product development cycle with product development training
â€¢ Deliver more projects consistently on time and within budget
â€¢ Reduce the time required to plan and stay on top of successful projects
â€¢ Provide management, clients or customers with the project information they require
â€¢ Apply the Project Management Life Cycle and the Project Planning Process
â€¢ Define up-front project scope and deliverables even when your client/customer isnâ€™t sure what they really want
â€¢ Use the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to more clearly identify work requirements
â€¢ Develop more accurate and realistic time and performance estimates. Etc
â€¢ Schedule projects more accurately using CPM and PERT networking techniques
â€¢ Spot problems and correct behind schedule conditions more quickly
â€¢ Control schedule timeliness and work flow by using proven management techniques
â€¢ Manage multiple projects without losing effectiveness
â€¢ Enhance the people skills to effectively motivate and communicate with the project team
â€¢ Implement proven conflict management techniques to help team members work together with team building training
â€¢ Anticipate problems and develop contingency plans through Critical Risk Analysis
â€¢ Close out projects completely using a close-out checklist that ensures details are taken care of.
â€¢ Perform project post-mortem reviews to identify project management strengths and weaknesses