When companies start to develop something new, there are always questions about the value and importance of Project Managers. Most of these are around costs, implementation and organisation. You will need the correct data to answer these questions.
According to PwC, only 2.5% of companies successfully complete 100% of their projects. Research by Spikes Cavell found that 57% of projects fail due to a breakdown in communications, while 39% of projects fail due to a lack of planning, resources, and activities. By having a clear-cut project plan with a single point of contact to manage the deliverables, organisations can rest easy (at least, easier) that their objectives will be met.
In this blog, we will outline the roles and responsibilities of the Project Manager and explain why they could be the key to completing your projects on time and within budget.
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