Internet Project Manager
Post-delivery from the project manager Point of View
If your project uses Rational ClearCase MultiSite to share source data with developers in other geographical locations, and if the project streams are mastered at a different site, you are notified that the development stream has been assigned the posted status.
Notify the project integrator at the site that masters the integration stream replica.
The project integrator can then continue the operation or cancel it to return the development stream to its previous state.
If you post your work, only someone at the master site can cancel or complete the operation.
If your project uses Rational ClearCase MultiSite and the UCM integration with Rational ClearQuest, your project manager can set the Do ClearQuest Action After Delivery policy.
All activities being delivered must be mastered by the same PVOB replica that masters the target stream. If the project manager sets the Check Mastership "Before Delivery policy" and if the deliver operation is local and all activities being delivered are not mastered locally, the deliver operation fails. If the deliver operation is remote, the Check Mastership Before Delivery policy causes the following behavior:
Internet Project Managers
Internet project managers oversee the development of websites, online databases, intranets, and other networking solutions.
They are expected to earn at least a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field before beginning their careers, though earning a Master of Business Administration (MBA) can enhance opportunities to advance into management.
Salaries in this field vary greatly, depending on the job and the certifications held.
Job opportunities are expected to increase through 2022, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), especially in hospitals.
The importance of Project Stakeholder Management
are an important part of the project management framework. Stakeholders request projects, approve them, reject them, support them, and oppose them. Because stakeholder management is so important to project success, the Project Management Institute decided to create an entire knowledge area devoted to it.
Many of the concepts related to communications and human resource management also apply to stakeholder management, but unique activities
are required to perform good stakeholder management. The purpose of project stakeholder management is to identify all people or organizations affected by a project, to analyze stakeholder expectations, and to effectively engage stakeholders in project decisions throughout the life of a project. Project managers and their teams must have a good dialogue with
stakeholders and address issues as they occur to ensure stakeholder satisfaction.
Projects often cause changes in organizations, and some people may lose their jobs when a project is completed. For example, a project might create a new system that makes some jobs obsolete, or a project might result in outsourcing work to an external group to make the organization more efficient. The project managers might be viewed as enemies by these stakeholders and other negatively affected stakeholders. By contrast, some people may view project managers as allies if they lead a project that helps increase profits, produce new jobs, or increase pay for certain stakeholders. In any case, project managers must learn to identify, understand, and work with a variety of stakeholders.