The perfect PM Architect’s decalogue.

To bridge a gap between the current situation and the wanted one is the key to success for any kind of project, to coordinate time, cost and quality as effectively as possible helps to reach one’s goals. The figure in charge of this task is the Project Manager. To implement Project Management in Architecture is a real challenge, as explained in this article by the experts of Reti Academy.


In business management the PM makes use of the methods and techniques of Project Management to organize the planning stages. Multidisciplinary skills are required to succeed in this challenging role.
If you want to respect time, cost and quality constraints, to coordinate communication and guarantee stakeholder satisfaction, to keep track of contractual links, for an efficient teamwork, you need to adopt specific Best Practices and organizational and technical skills, as well as managerial and economic-financial competence and soft skills such as leadership, communication, trading and problem-solving capacity, trust and motivation.
The Project Manager is asked to highlight and monitor an extensive network of connections and emotions.


What are the PmArchitect’s specific tasks?
They have a very important assignment as they control the whole carrying out of the project. The Project Manager Architect have to:

1) understand the customer’s needs,
2) develop, design and implement their ideas,
3) fix the budget and follow its variances,
4) define execution times,
5) assess the risks,
6) prioritize,
7) interact with all people involved,
8) monitor administrative acts,
9) coordinate and deliver on the successful carrying out of the project,
10) most of all, they should be the point person for all stakeholders.

Text by Lorenzo Beliusse, PMP, member of directory board of Project Management Italian Institute.


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