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Hans Mulder suggests that roles of each member must be known to each other. Each team member must understand his or her role on the team. The project manager needs to have the ability to assign resources based on descriptions of roles. Each task in the project plan should have an assigned owner. Create an organizational chart depicting both the chain of command and a high-level view of roles. Everyone on the team should understand the "big picture" and their role in the big picture. Clearly defining roles will help prevent duplication of effort, as well as keep items from slipping through the cracks because of unclear ownership.

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Project Management Expertise

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Hans Mulder

Prof.dr.ing. Hans Mulder MSc BA is Standish European research director and professor at the Antwerp Management School. As the founder of his own company, Venture Informatisering Adviesgroep, he is on the management and executive boards of various IT companies. He is regularly engaged as an IT expert when conflicts between companies need to be resolved in or out of court.
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