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Industry standards

is there an industry standard way of rolling out a fresh set up

RE: industry standards

Hi Stephen,
It depends on the Industry. Some industries do have different specific set requirements to those covered in our Project Management course. However, most do not. It is more likely that they look at things from their context eg the Risks for Car Manufacturing would be different to those of producing new Chemicals.

If there are set requirements eg specific Project Management Certification, then your higher Management and Governance boards should know or the clients will list this as part of their Tender specification.

Ideally you should have your own Organisational documentation to follow which is aligned to your context and has been agreed by the Governance Board.
Otherwise, use the examples we supplied as a basis and adapt them to suit.

Your Documentation would naturally follow the Project Phases and resulting Schedule

Don’t forget that the Association of Project Managers has lots of useful Resources (https://www.apm.org.uk/resources/#topics)

Let me know if you have any further questions

Kind regards,
Tony Gravestock

Fri 26 May 2023: Automatically marked as resolved.

 

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