Project management team is a group of people interrelated by mutual managerial responsibilities, system of formal seniority, and duties to perform at the shared project they are engaged in. Project management team goals are to reach project results via effective collaboration. Project management team size can vary massively from small teams comprising just several people, to “teams of teams” where thousands of people are engaged into work via a multilevel system of units, departments, functional teams, cross-departmental teams, etc. Project management team types are distinguished by several dimensions, such as administrative status (formal and informal), size, character, goals, expandability, etc. Project management team stages can be recognized as the following ones: composition of team structure (defining roles, seniority, managerial relations, etc), selection of the candidates, team formation, introduction and motivation of the team members, growth, management (mature team), results evaluation, and team dismissing (once all team goals are achieved). Project management team duties can be controlled and managed with a help of special software such as VIP Task Manager represented below:
It is designed to plan and control working tasks and calendars in real-time regime across the team of collaborators.
To assign project roles and tasks to the team– do the following:
- start your project planning software;
- set a suitable layout of task groups (Task Tree);
- set project roles and user accounts (Resource List);
- assign and schedule tasks and arrangements in terms of costs, time, etc;
- control project execution in real-time regime;