Project Management Institute

The implementation of project management

Implementing project management within an organization is more than simply training personnel and directing project management to happen; it is an entirely new business process that requires the adoption of a new philosophy as well as new managerial techniques. First, formal procedures need to be written to guide the project management process. Next, a facilitation and/or mentoring program needs to be instituted in order to bring people in the organization on board with the new processes and educate them in the new management environment. Once these tasks are completed, planning documents for specific projects can be produced and gradually project management can be assimilated into the corporate culture.
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