Working together within a network – this is what distinguishes us, be it in the fields of development, planning, production or logistics. To make this networking function beyond the various individual specialist departments, someone has to have an overview of the entire process. Someone who defines the project goals, who analyses their opportunities and risks, who controls their development, who assesses and evaluates resources and who knows exactly who is involved in the project at all levels. These are the responsibilities of the central Project Management, whose team sees itself, on the one hand, as the “guardians” of processes and, on the other hand, also as the point of contact for customers, specialist departments and suppliers. All issues and activities are precisely recorded and scheduled. In this way, the project is constantly held together so that everyone involved finds orientation and knows where he or she stands within the process as a whole.
Comprehensive networking can also lead to increased complexity among the various participants. In this case, the Project Manager needs to act as a mediator, since he has full knowledge of the project and knows which information is necessary to solve each problem.
Project Planning functions like a “bracket”, which holds together and focuses the various departments, opinions, voices, cultures and philosophies – and which, in the final analysis, enables us to network both with ourselves and the future.
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