Project Management

Project management is the discipline of planning, organizing, securing and managing resources to bring about the successful completion of specific project goals and objectives.
The components of project management are: project entry, scoping, planning and approvals, procurement and contracting, quality assurance, health, safety and environment (HSE), pre-commissioning and start-up, wrap-up and evaluation and implementation.
Professional project management is the key to the safety, quality, cost and schedules of all engineering tasks.
Reference: 1. B. Peachey, R. Evitts and G. Hill, Project Management for Chemical Engineers , Education for Chemical Engineers, Volume 2, Issue 1, 2007, Pages 14-19; 2. Guidelines for Performing Effective Pre-startup Safety Review
Project management is fundamental to the way the group works across the full array of technical, organisation, commercial, environmental and political aspects
Reference: Accreditation Case Study, Shell, APM (Association for Project Management) Corporate
Ajay Malhan, senior vice-president of project and development services for Jones Lang LaSalle, the global real estate services ?rm, says “Good project management is about managing the schedule, budget, quality and safety on a project, and there are risks associated with all of that,”
Reference: “The link between project management excellence and long-term success”: A report from the Economist Intelligence Unit Sponsored by Oracle. Economist Intelligence, Economist.

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