- own culture - own rules - dynamic - You need to analyse and evaluate the relationships, expactations and influences through internal and external social environments. There are different roles and rules. All this needs to be managed to make the project succeed.
Which three organisational structures are known within PM? Advantages / disadvantages?
- Influence Project organisation PM in a staff function. All formal power rests with line manager. Pro: Only one PM for more projects. Contra: less complex projects possible.
- Matrix Project organisation Authority is shared between PM and LM. Less coordination. bundled competence.
- Pure Project organisation PM has full authority over PT. Pro: more motivation, total focus of the PM. Contra: more expensive.
What's the use of project roles? Who defines them?
Project roles are defined by describing duties, skills and responsibilities. A role is defined as a sum of expactations on the corresponding roleowner. Individual roles: Prjoect team member, Project manager, Project owner,... Group roles: Steering commitee, project team, sub teams,...
defined by CEO / PM.
How do project objectives have to be expressed?
S - specific M - measurable A - attractive R - realistic T - timed