Project Management

What Is The Purpose Of A Project Manager?

As a project manager, it’s important that you make sure that everyone is on the same page. This involves making sure everyone knows their deadlines, knowing the progression of every project and being able to adjust deadlines accordingly when new clients arrive.


Your role is imperative to your companies success because you ensure project completion and client satisfaction. A good project manager has the ability to organize the work, collaborate with the operations team, and present results of projects or campaigns to clients, all within a restricted timeline.


You need to be around to answer pending questions about any project and know how to keep your team motivated and focused on the same goals.


This is where PRJ Consulting comes in.

PRJ Consulting facilitates all of the pieces of project management hand in hand with you so that you can focus on the broader points of your business.


The primary area’s we handle are:


1. Overall Project Management

2. Project Auditing

3. Strategic planning/Roadmaps

4. Quality Assurance


You can sleep better at night knowing that your implementation is being watched by one or more of our seasoned professionals, who can provide quick and valuable assessments of project progress against time, and the quality of each deliverable during every phase of your project.


PRJ Consulting maintains a 5 prong approach to every project.

1. Conception & Initiation

Define the project at a broad scope with specific goals in mind

Research feasibility and timeline to determine if the project should be started

Build project initiation document outlining requirements


2. Definition & Planning

Create your S.M.A.R.T. goals to answer the who, what, where, when, which, & why

Build out project roadmap that everyone will follow

Identify costs, resources, and defined timetable

3. Launch or Execution

Have “kick-off” meeting with everyone and inform everyone of their roles and responsibilities

Setup tracking systems, deadlines, and procurement as needed

While the project monitoring phase has a different set of requirements, these two phases often occur simultaneously.


4. Performance & Control

Measure the project progression with Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

Account for the effort and cost of resources to maintain the budget and stay on track within project constraints

Adjust schedules and resources to stay on time with quality deliverables


5. Project Close

Hold project “post-mortem” and evaluate any outstanding items for project punch-list followup

Recognize valuable team members and areas of improvement for future projects

Collect all project documentation and deliverables to store for future referencing