A project manager is a professional when it comes to the field of Project Management as the name implies. They are responsible for planning and executing the project that is related to the construction industry, software development, and architecture. Some other fields like in production, service industries and design also require project managers. It is the duty of a project manager to ensure the success of a particular project by reducing any risk all throughout the project. This can be done in a formal or informal method. A project manager usually asks questions, detect assumptions that are not stated, and resolve conflicts by using a more systematic skill in management.

Some issues in project management arise from the risks of the project. An effective project manager is someone who prioritizes risks as a major concern. He must significantly reduce risk by using policies of open communication, making sure that each participant in the project has an opportunity to voice out their opinions and express their concerns. A project manager is the one responsible in deciding big or small decisions in a way that the risk is monitored and controlled.

To build an effective team, the project manager must consider the vital roles and the chemistry of each of the workers in addition to their technical skills.
 People who are interested to obtain certifications on project management may take one of the available offerings from different organizations. Project Management is a complex task and therefore requires competent project manager for the job.


The job of an operations manager is to be responsible for several projects. The projects will range from big capital projects to the application of new systems for information. Managing the projects effectively will mean delivering them within the allocated budget and on time. The success of the operations manager is influenced by his skills in project management. Operations management is about the effective building of inputs into the organization’s desired output. It has been known that the various disciplines of an operations manager is arranged in all areas where the organization is trying so hard to attain its goals. The changes within an organization depend on the improvement of its operations.

The success of a particular industry depends on the ability of each organization within it to focus and prioritize its operational resources to meet the expectations of its customers, shareholders, and employees. The operational resources are expressed basically on the strategy of the organization. The operations management of a project involves the process of decision making. Understanding the manager’s capabilities and their limitations will improve the current utilization and give inputs to the decision making strategy about the organizations future plans and resources.

Strategic decisions of either the public or the private sector should contribute to the better understanding of the operations manager on how the various components of the package for operations can be associated to achieve what the particular strategy is aiming for. Operations management in a project must be able to clarify strategic goals into a clear operational goal and to design, improve, and implement the products and the processes that are delivered.


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