IT Project Managers oversee all aspects of an organization's information technology goals. They're responsible for developing, as well as installing computer systems. These managers delegate the job at hand alongside other team members to keep everything on track. IT Project Managers assign resources based on the plans of an organization. They're also well-informed of the specific initiatives that the goals entail.
IT Project Managers also ensure the tasks are completed by the deadline and within a set budget. They have good leadership skills, as well as project management experience and knowledge of computer systems. These managers monitor the team's progress, solve complex technical issues, consult with vendors and clients, prepare schedules and assign tasks. Some of them possess certifications, such as PgMP, PMP and CAPM. IT Project Managers usually have a bachelor's degree in information technology or computer science.
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