Project management efficiency and effectiveness to improve project control in public sector
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To achieve organizational goals, the use of effective project management is increasingly growing in the modern world. Efficiency of project management is an identical topic among top executive managers in the technology management industry. In this study it is focused on the competences of the Project Managers who leads the project, and the aim to blend the perspective of both academic and the project management expertise knowledge within a research frame work to discover how the organizational project management can be effective through team management, and how Project Manager's competence and their leadership can help to achieve productivity in projects. It considers project management to be a vital unit of the case company and that it brings awareness how to improve project control and Project Managers competences to standard managerial methods. In the first part of this thesis a continual description of Project Managers characteristics, team organizing and leadership and the project management success factors which affect the project to be successful is described. The final part of this thesis provides empirical evidence with depth analysis of Project Manager skills, team management and leadership, as well as various success factors which are related to potential project outcome.