Project managers (“PM”) spearhead big assignments that are demanded of their teams. They are flexible, quick-thinking individuals who can adapt to an assortment of challenges.
By and large, their work requires them to take on dual identities that aren’t usually detailed in their job descriptions. But even though they strive to be the supermen and women of your teams, there are some things that your PMs aren’t.
Having unrealistic expectations of your PM can ultimately set back your team’s progress — below is a breakdown of what you should and shouldn’t expect of your Project Managers role in the interest of your project’s success.