IT Project management

Location : Pune
Number of Positions : 1
Experience : 8-12 yrs
Job Description :
Project Delivery Manager

•To assist in project planning.

•To assist with the production of comprehensive project plans and documentation to enable the project to be managed against a clear set of defined deliverables and milestones.

•To assist with the monitoring, measuring, reviewing and updating project process, adjusting project plans and implementing remedial plans and informing all relevant parties.

•To conduct an evaluation of the project and any follow-on action recommendations as required.

• To produce project documentation and create knowledge libraries with the end goal of using this documentation to train and support the end users.

•To provide leadership to those involved in the project by defining work and ensuring deadlines are understood and adhered to and that project objectives are clearly articulated and understood.

•To motivate and develop group employees through leadership and example, identifying and agreeing learning and development needs as required

• To ensure project requirements and resource levels are fully supported and approved throughout the lifecycle of the project, including staffing, etc.

• To manage the successful delivery of projects on time and of the right quality.

• To manage all stakeholders involved in project delivery

PMO responsibilities –

•Full visibility of all work across the enterprise or at least business unit

oStart with project level and resource level visibility and move to portfolio, business unit/division before you can get to full visibility across the enterprise.

•Pool resources out of functions and then assign based on need and skill (not by name)

oResources should be managed within the PMO

•Leverage staffing plan, skills data, skill gap analysis, known resource allocation and availability.

oNeed to understand current resource pool (wherever they live in the organization today).

•Sponsors that are active, informed, enabling

oCultural changes – this is a tough, long-term goal. It has to be led by governance and senior management.

•Balance using people for current skills vs. growing them for the future

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