Functional Structure Of Project Management

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They act as liaison between employees, who need to know information about the company.

• Communications Coordinator (CC):
They communicate all the needs of that would be involve in project relocation.
Communications Coordinators they serve as stewards of “good communication.”
They report to the communication director, they handle both internal and external communications of the project.

• Project Manager (PM)
He is responsible to manage day to day tasks (activities) involved in effective planning for relocation.
He delegates duties with the office coordinator.
He issues a detailed timeline for the relocation plan.
Evaluate the relocation proposal

A functional structure is one of the most common organizational structures.
In functional
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Strength: The project manager has full authority over the project.
Team members report to one boss.
Lines of communication are shortened. Decisions are made quickly.
Team pride, motivation, and commitment are high

Weaknesses:
Duplication of resources.
Organizational goals and policies are ignored.
Lack of new technology transfer due to weakened functional divisions
Team members do not have functional area home.

The matrix structure is a mixture of functional and project structure.
Strength:
Communication is enhanced between function divisions.
Project cost is reduced because resources are being used as needed.
The project manager will be held responsible for completion of the project.
Resources duplication is minimized.
Policies of the organization must be strictly adhering to.
Weaknesses:
The project managers often compromise.
It is often leads to failure
Project Managers hoard resources for their own project, thus having a negative impact on the success of other projects.

1. Determine quality Objectives
Customer satisfaction: The customer basically determines the level of quality. It is only the clients or customer that can determines whether the efforts being channeled into the project is worthwhile or
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Employee commitment can be achieved if after fear has been driven out of the workplace and when empowerment has occurred. Process: An important part of TQM (total quality management) is a focus on process thinking. The strategy that would be put in place to achieved desired result.
Strategic and systematic approach: A critical part of the management of quality is the strategic and systematic approach to achieving an organization’s vision, mission, and goals. This process, called strategic planning or strategic management, includes the formulation of a strategic plan that integrates quality as a core component.
Continual improvement: the most important philosophy of quality management is continuous improvement. It drives the organization to be creative in finding ways to become more competitive.
Fact-based decision making: there should be a performance data, this will assist the organisation to know how well is performing.
Location: the location of the company must be easily accessible.

2. Determine quality standards to be adhered
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