Large internal projects in companies are often being postponed because of a lack of time. If there are no personnel resources available for the project management within the company, an external project manager can help by taking over the organization and coordination of the project. Good project managers familiarize themselves thoroughly with both the subject matter and the individual features of the company. An objective view from outside can even help to find new approaches.
Project work rarely involves working through standard procedures, but rather developing something new. The path to the goal is on the whole unknown. A project manager is responsible for planning the project, managing and supervising the process and thus ensuring that the predetermined goal is reached with the desired quality. It is ultimately the project managers with their personal skills who lead the team and the project to success.
Read on to see which 6 important skills a project manager should have: