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TOPIC: Team Leader Vs. Project Coordinator

Team Leader Vs. Project Coordinator 2 years 9 months ago #4289

  • Sami Snunu
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There are common responsibilities between a team leader and a project coordinator.. or a team leader can be the project coordinator along with existing project manager for the project? is this true?


Team Leader Vs. Project Coordinator 2 years 9 months ago #4290

  • Sven Gruendahl
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Hi Sami,

team leader, project coordinator, project manager... these are all roles in the business enviroment.
So I have often seen a combination of theses roles in jobs.
For example a team leader who should also act as a project manager for department related projects is common
or a team member who is next to his doing ongoing operations also acts part time as a coordinator for a project.
From my point of view it is difficult for the staff to do so and you need skills like self-management...

In the PMBOK you will find more information about this information in the chapter 2.1.3 Organizational Structures
on page 21-26.

Sven Gründahl, PMP, PMI-ACP & Community Moderator
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