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ISO 21500

Certification on the standard ISO 21500:2012 «Guide to Project Management».

Certification on the standard ISO 21500 – this is a general guide for concepts and processes project management that have significant influence on the achievement of project results.

The applying of the standard ISO 21500:2012 in the organization will allow:

• To manage with communications;
• To ensure the availability of necessary information for the project participants;
• To provide and distribute the obtaining information from suppliers for the serial comparative evaluation of the proposals and declared requirements;
• To provide the correct planning and documenting of the strategy;
• To determine the established objectives of the project, requirements to the quality;
• To implement the control of the quality;
• To provide minimizing of the violations in the project, to develop options and to identify measures of expansion of the opportunities and reduction of the threats for the purposes of the project.
• To assess and determine the priority of the risks for further action;
• To monitor the deviations of cost and adoption of appropriate measures;
• To distribute budget of the project to the relevant levels of the hierarchical structure of the works;
• To get approximate representation about costs that necessary for completion of each operation project and the project in general;
• To monitor deviations from the plan and adoption of the appropriate measures;
• To calculate start time and completion of works on the project and establish general basic schedule of the project:
• To identify the sequence of the works;
• To optimize and constantly to improve the performance of the team;
• To manage the resources, necessary for implementation of project works;
• To provide fullest implementation necessary obligations of the all parties involved into the project;
• To manage the content of the project: detect, identify and document all operations that should be planned and implemented in order to achieve the project objectives;
• To create hierarchical structure of works;
• To identify and manage be the interested parties of the project;
• To control all changes in the project;
• To develop project plans, etc.

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