Project management

Often, project management is only perceived as mastering various project planning and control instruments. However, in our view, successful project management also requires a very good technical knowledge of the systems and operational processes as well as the ability to motivate and control multidisciplinary groups. Our project managers have proven this in many projects.

It is increasingly necessary to lead multidisciplinary teams in RUC, ITS and research projects. The success factor for project management is the creation of a common goal. This requires a broad professional understanding that allows the project manager to present the content-related connections between the individual disciplines in order to define a goal that is comprehensible to all involved and the steps necessary to achieve it.

Involvement of the project manager in the content of the project, in addition to execution of the formal planning and control tasks of the project, enables the project manager to better assess the risks and formulate mitigation measures. It also gives him the ability to assess and evaluate the results and challenges in the sub-projects with the experts on an equal footing. It is the technical knowledge of RUC and ITS that makes the difference between Rapp's project management and that of our competitors, which ultimately leads to the success of the projects we manage.

References on project management