IT Project managers need to be technical enough to write and interpret specifications, project documentation, and project plans. Project managers also need to have enough experience in the organization's business to be able to talk to end users and interpret their needs for IT staff.
An IT Project Manager must have excellent communications skills both for internal IT staff and external customers. The project manager is often called on to conduct meetings and produce documents for widely diverse audiences.
If your organization believes a new IT Project Manager is required to help meet the organization's business requirements, use this business case to help determine the business benefits and costs associated with making that hire. Use this business case as-is or modify it to meet your organization's specific needs.
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