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As a cost control expert who should be my boss?

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What is the relationship between the company "financial department" and "project planning and control department" when the "cost control" is the common concern?
As a cost control experts who should be my boss: CEO, Project Manager, Financial Manager, or the Project Planning & Control Manager? Which way is better?
asked 5 years ago by anonymous edited 5 years ago by MaplePM

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It really depends on the organizational hierarchy of your organization. In very large companies, and if your role is not that senior, you might be reporting to the project manager. In smaller companies, you might be reporting to the CEO or the Finance Manager.

The rule is that the smaller the company is, the more senior the role that you will be reporting to.

There is no such thing as "better" when it comes to whom you'll be reporting to. If your organization dictates that you should report to a certain role, then you have no other option.
answered 5 years ago by MaplePM (46,940 points)

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