Facility Solutions: Project Manager promotes great plans

first_imgWhether your credit union is rolling out a new financial service or constructing a new facility, two primary elements are required: creativity and delivery. Because both must be present at the same high level to ensure success, having the right people on board and tight management are required.Toward that end, more credit unions are adding project managers to their staffs to keep pace with a continually evolving environment and to guide staff and business partners working together to deliver projects on time, on budget and to the satisfaction of members and management.Each project is different and requires different levels of PM engagement and knowledge. Project management for new branch construction, for example, requires experience in the areas of building codes, contracts, technology integration, and hundreds of other areas. A credit union PM learning the ropes of branch construction could work with project managers from the design firm and contractor if the CU has a strong, trusted relationship with those business partners. To avoid the risk of cost overruns, extended schedules, business interruption, and other frustrations sometimes associated with working on multiple branches or a new headquarters, some credit unions contract with an outside project manager. continue reading » 8SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img

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