National Ignition Facility Project, Livermore, California, USA
1. Summarizes how the project manager or team exhibited exceptional and ethical project management practices.
project managers the most effective way to encourage ethical workplace behavior.
1. Expert Guidance
o The Project Management Institute, which provides standards and certification for professional project managers, offers simple ethics code of conduct guidance. Its standards suggest that project managers practice ethical behavior first through accepting responsibility for their decisions and consequences. It expects project managers to respect others, listen objectively to input and feedback and be honest in ...view middle of the document...
o In addition to project staff, stakeholders include senior management, customers, clients, the community and vendors. The biggest ethical challenge for a project manager in dealing with stakeholders is offering honest communication about status, risks and costs. Ethical standards require that a project manager communicate not only truthfully, but completely, using language understandable by stakeholder groups. If problems arise, the project manager should inform stakeholders quickly. On the other hand, project managers should remain alert to possible efforts from stakeholders to influence their decision-making in ways interpretable as unethical or illegal.
2. Discusses the role of the project manager or team, the organizational setting, the recipients approach to project integration management, and obstacles that had the potential of adversely impacting the triple constraints.
The Role of a Project Manager
Many organizations reply on project managers to get work accomplished, and project managers often own every aspect of the jobs they oversee. From planning and recruiting to budgeting and leading a work group, project managers have numerous responsibilities.
1. Early Stages
o During the early stages of project work, a project manager assembles a temporary work group, known as a matrix team, with the skills to accomplish the planned work. Project managers must ensure that the team collects requirements from end users of the product or service, and effective project managers should work with key stakeholders on a budget and a completion date.
During the Project
o As the project progresses, the project manager keeps the team on track. This person oversees the project from an ownership perspective, according to AIGA, a professional association for designers. Managers motivate the work group to accomplish defined objectives and meet key due dates. Project managers also handle unexpected situations.
o As the project draws to a close, project managers oversee end-user or user-acceptance testing. They ensure that the end product meets the users' needs.
o Project manager responsibilities vary from organization to organization. Also, some carry considerably more responsibilities, while others manage portions of a larger project.
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In the beginning, there is the Project Manager
• Before the project charter is developed, the project leader or manager must be appointed and included in its draft. The project charter is the document that authorizes the project, details its resources and outlines the expected outcome. Having the project manager involved early means they can provide valuable insights on the various factors that will be working together. His/her experience can foresee potential shortages in time and resources. For example, if the project is producing a catalog, a knowledgeable project manager would know...