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January 30, 2015

Why Should you Hire a Project Manager?

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Business leaders understand the industry's dynamic nature and all organizations have to manage time and resources when conducting routine tasks, planning events and expanding.

 

Success isn't bred overnight and both resource allocation and project scope are vital to growth. Project managers have become a fundamental component for success, and they've become necessary within growing organizations.

 

The Dynamic Business Culture

 

Primarily, project managers are important to growing businesses due to their strategic and flexible approaches. A positive customer experience is always an end-game goal, and proper team management needn't dissolve when events begin.

 

The "modern project manager" has evolved to accommodate for a slew of challenges and situations and they've provided clients connection within projects. The business world has become increasingly transparent. Effective project managers require expansive insight while conducting a multitude of tasks to:

 

• Offer clients project monitoring

• Deliver insightful feedback to customers

• Inspire a sense of purpose within project teams

• Deliver great ROI through maintaining consumer expectations

 

Flexibility and Development

 

Astoundingly, only 2.5 percent of companies reach 100 percent project completion, as recorded through Gallup.com. Many organizations require additional "coverage" within the modern business atmosphere and project managers are vital to the categorization and completion of the following:

 

• Planning development phases

• Initiating projects

• Focusing on objectives

• Systemizing entire projects

 

Specifically, project managers have become incredible assets to business events. Events, themselves, are very similar to projects and end-goals, team management, presentation and expansion are shared qualities between the two. PMI.org has noted a 90-percent purposeful success for highly functioning organizations where project management and event planning are in effect. Other key findings highlight a slew of benefits derived from excellent event management.

 

Similarly, Enterprise Melbourne has suggested business events facilitate some of the world's highest degrees of education, investment options and other opportunities. With advanced project management techniques and tools, such growth is being obtained through project manager cross-action. In short: The business industry is changing and the title "project manager" has become inclusive to many areas.

 

Why are Project Managers Important?

 

Project managers guarantee completion and delivery. Additionally, their vitality, dynamic approach to situations, and inherently charismatic personalities exemplify business culture—their efficiency trickles down. It's no surprise many businesses are channeling resources into a project management discipline. Scope of work is incredibly important, as are collaboration, communication, forecasts and visibility, and a PM can help maintain all of them.

 

Things are changing for organizations and well-structured projects are vital to growth within the fast-paced world. Sustainability is a key component. With the rise of digital marketing and streamlined event plans, small, medium, and large businesses can perform on a somewhat equal playing field. If goals are set and a clear plan is in place, it is just the beginning. Robust, clearly defined goals mean little without a ship-guiding captain.

 

So What?

 

Project managers assist companies with priority focus, and they increase priority of time constraints, performance measures and budgets. The industry is expanding and it requires great flexibility. Where project managers are considered, their position has become a one-person army—capable of bringing businesses to new heights, teaching others important strategies and implementing great resources for development and success.

 


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Ryan Burkett
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Ryan Burkett

Ryan Burkett is a senior partner and solutions delivery champion at Stratagon. Ryan shares passion in traditional, inbound, and digital marketing, but really gets his kicks building client experiences that never disappoint. Whether a envisioning a tradeshow or mobile tour, a targeted campaign or content-filled microsite, or even building customer strategy and business processes to help our clients deliver for their clients, Ryan delivers. Family man, sports fan, member of the Crossfit cult. Connect with him on Twitter and LinkedIn.