For the success of any project, you need to make sure that there is a monitoring and supervision system in place. This is important because it is going to assist you track the progress of the project and make any corrections to the project if need be. The scope of this procedure is to assist you develop a good project monitoring system that will be effective in following up the project and ensuring that it is a success.
Project managers control and allot a company's resources while supervisors oversee the teamwork for one particular project. A manager controls the machinery, finances, and personnel that a company needs to complete its work. A manager might take note of an employee's high productivity and teamwork skills and choose them to supervise a team. The supervisor designates responsibilities within their team, tracks their team's progress, and makes sure that their team meets scheduled goals. Project supervisors report to the project manager.
A project manager oversees multiple teams and resources for the efficient completion of projects. Project managers must have excellent organizational skills, as they often juggle multiple teams and projects at once. They do not work on a specific business project, but focus on administrative and management tasks. A project manager generally works regular hours in an office setting. They likely move around through the day, meeting with supervisors and managers in different departments. Over time, successful project managers may advance to senior level management positions within their company.