What is the difference between project manager and project leader on PMP application

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What is the difference between the project manager and project leader on PMP application?

Is a project leader part of the project team but leading a certain area?
Sep 11, 2020 in PMP by anonymous
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Project Manager and Project Leader could be a designation or role.

Some companies have a Project Leader designation while others do not have.

PMI defines Project Manager as a role but does not define Project Leader. For PMP, you need to have 4500 hours of PM (role) experience.

Hope this helps!

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answered Sep 11, 2020 by Kim

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