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The management of the project demands just one role: the project manager. The project manager takes ownership for the manager R&R Engagement Commitment and builds a responsibility matrix to demonstrate the managerial sides of this Commitment are covered.

The business project manager (if you have one) is not responsible for delivery of the project and therefore is not responsible for the project. It is the project manager i.e. the manager of the project who is responsible for the management and delivery of the project. It is not the business or executive sponsor. They may be disappointed or executively at risk if the project does not deliver. However, to confirm this completely and fully, they are not responsible for delivery, the Project manager is.

You may have Development Managers or team leaders on your project. They are responsible for the day-to-day activities or line management of people who develop the solution. They are not responsible for delivery, the project manager is. You may have specialists to help with your software development life cycle or with agile methodologies, they are classed as technical personnel assisting with your project. They are not responsible for delivery, the project manager is. You will have people testing your solution. They are the testers and are responsible for testing quality solutions. They are not responsible for delivery, the project manager is. If you are a project manager, you are probably getting concerned that we are reiterating this important responsibility. do not be. Once you deliver this project, add this skill to your curriculum vitae and enjoy delivering projects to budget, forever.

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