Duties of the effective project manager

The project manager position on projects is critical; project managers must have full responsibility and accountability, must apply lessons learned, must define roles and responsibilitites, must lead project planning and tracking, must perform risk management, must apply best practices, must communicate to the project sponsor and team, must promote client involvement, must mentor, must promote good working relationships, and must make things happen.
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