Organization, Roles & Responsibilities, Team Building

Stakeholders are groups or organizations that have interest or concern in the project. Stakeholders can affect or be affected by the project's actions, objectives, policies or deliverables.

A project has two groups of stakeholders, namely internal stakeholders or the project organization, including the project team, and external stakeholders or commune partners.

A project organization is all players who are instrumental in making the project a success in accordance with the required level of participation, who are consulted and informed of any requirements, performance, or status and change regarding the project. The organization should have a champion who is well respected, influential and able to assist with early planning and sponsorship building. The project champion, as an opinion leader, publicizes the project effort to the organization.

Dyadanac advises, reviews or assists in the design and set-up effective organizations, and assists sponsors to appreciate project management dynamics.

The Project Team refers to the human infrastructure authorized and responsible for the project day-to-day execution. It is described by a project organization chart indicating relationships, arranged by roles, functions and areas of application of the project team, customized for a particular project. Additional technical or business specialists may be required to support the project. The organizational structure augments role descriptions where necessary to cover all of the responsibilities.

Dyadanac assists with requirements, team building, development and retention.

Dyadanac provides templates, matrixes and examples for functional and line management’s roles and responsibilities, staffing management plans, Organizational Break-down Structures (OBS), and Responsibility/ Accountability/Consult/Inform (RACI) definitions.

Dyadanac supports Project Management & Project Teams to engage from the onset:

  • Project Management
    - Empower the Team
    - Align objectives
    - Value efforts & recognize performance
    - Involve participants
    - Tolerance for failure
    - Regular communication/consult
  • Engagement
    - Higher productivity
    - Focus on Deliverables
    - Adapt to change
    - Network & interface
    - Trust & cooperation
    - Open communication
  • Project Team
    - Hard work
    - Confidence & Pride in Work
    - Understanding bigger picture
    - Trustworthy & Flexible
    - Loyalty & motivation
    - Regular feedback

With the emphasis specifically on project dynamics, Dyadanac also direct, train and support:

  • Off-shore deployment & cultural alignment, repatriation and re-assimilation
  • Performance management, motivation, recognition and reward
  • Industrial relations management
  • Organizational behavior, culture, politics
  • Leadership versus Management
  • Conflict Management

Project Organizations vary from matrix, silo, hierarchical to integrated teams, including hybrids.