Explain the difference between "Project Management" and "Delivery Management."
A project manager oversees one particular project where a manager deals in general projects
There's no resemblance whatsoever between the general contractor and the Project Manager in job functions.
The program is a set of projects, and is run by the Program Manager, who is usually higher than the Project Manager.
a project manager is the leader in a normal project. (groops ofthen of 5 and bigger) a public manager is a emplee that leads the organisation and manage that... so a project manager is for projects managment, public is outside the project drifting the rest
I guess you are asking about the difference between a Project Manager & a Program Manager. A Project Manager manages the project while a Program Manager manages the program. A program may be a collection of one or more projects
A project manager and a project coordinator are the same thing. They just have different titles. Both are responsible for overseeing the details and successful completion of a project.
A project manager handles more of the day to day operations of a job than a project director. The director is in charge of the big picture in getting a project finished.
A Program Manager is usually the next job up in the food chain level after the Senior Project Manager. Here's the career path (Note that there is no standard career path, but the order below is exact): # Assistant Project Manager (Project Assistant) # Project Coordinator # Junior Project Manager # Project Manager # Senior Project Manager # Program Manager # Senior Program Manager As explained above, becoming a Program Manager is more of a promotion/experience than education. Thus there is no education that will make you directly a Program Manager.
A BS/BA in anything would do. But the thing is you can't just become a Project Manager as your first job, you have to get promoted in order to become one. You start as a Project Assistant => Project Coordinator => Junior Project Manager => Project Manager => Senior Project Manager => Program Manager
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An IT Consultant is a specialist who you bring into a project for his technical expertise usually as a programmer or a technical architect. Whereas, a Project Manager is the person who plans, supervises and manages the whole project work.