Defining project roles and responsibilities is a critical piece when planning out a project.
Make sure you have defined the roles and responsibilities upfront and communicate them to the team and get team members buy-in that this is their role and the set of responsibilities they have. There is a lot of value to doing this in good level of detail at the beginning of your project because it makes things a lot clearer. In many cases you encounter conflict on a project when people are not clear about their role or responsibilities. Instead of dealing with conflict that comes from a lack of clarity, provide clarity at the beginning of the project.
Lisa-Ann Barnes, PMP, Project+
- President of BluePontoon
- More than 25 years’ experience in project management in multiple industries and business functions
- Developed an adaptable methodology for project management and has implemented it successfully in many companies
- Helps organizations, teams, and individuals improve their project management capabilities through strategy development, project management office implementations, and training
- On-site, virtual, self-paced training classes on several project management topics
- Author of several books about project management
- Adjunct faculty at Northwestern University and recipient of the Distinguished Teaching Excellence Award
- Certified as Project Management Professional from Project Management Institute and Project+ from CompTIA
- B.S. degree in finance, University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois
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