Role of Team
A team is a group of people who will complete work on the project. The team may help to:
Identify constraints and assumptions
Create the WBS
Decompose work packages for which they are responsible into schedule activities
Help identify dependencies between activities
Provide time and cost estimates
Participate in risk management process
Comply with quality and communications plan
Help enforce ground rules
Execute the project management plan to accomplish work defined in the project scope statement
Attend project team meetings
Conduct process improvements
Recommend changes to the project, including corrective actions
Some team members may have project management responsibilities in addition to their responsibilities of implementing work. If so, they are considered part of project management team.
Role of Stakeholders As A Group
The stakeholder is anyone who can positively or negatively influence the project, including the customers or users, the project manager and team, the project's sponsor, program and portfolio managers, the PMO functional managers within the organization, and external sellers that provide services or materials for the project.
The stakeholders may be involved in:
The creation of the project charter and the project scope statement
Project management plan development
Approving project changes and being on the change control board
The stakeholders may also become risk response owners.