Planning Project Resources : Trainee Project first role is making a feasible plan to understand that upcoming project achieves the goals and objectives aligned with the organization’s overall business strategy.
Research and evaluate the project to understand business forecast, creating new business opportunity.
Assembling and Leading Project Team: Project managers need resources to complete the project tasks, which includes skilled and experienced workers. They need to either take a leadership role within an existing team or create one.
Time Management : The Trainee Projects must define, schedule and accurately estimate the task duration to develop and maintain a realistic schedule.
Budget: Figuring out what the proper funding for the project can be, having that get accepted and then keeping the project within or under that figure.
Quality and Satisfaction: Ensuring quality deliverables and constant communications with stakeholders, reporting on progress and being open to their feedback to keep them happy and coming back to you with future projects.
Manage Issues and Risk: You must figure out beforehand what the risks are and set in place a plan of action if they in fact occur.
Monitoring Progress: To make sure a project is progressing as planned, constantly measure it and compare those metrics against the plan you created.
Reporting and Documentation:While teams need more detailed information and stakeholders are looking for broader data to check the project’s progress, both are essential tasks for Trainee Projects.