Project management

Project Initiation


  • Economic justification
  • Project charter
  • Stakeholder Register
  • Description of work
  • Procurement documentation
  • Agreement

Project Execution


  • Project documents
  • Resource Calendar
  • Basic execution plan

Project Closure


  • Accepted Deliverables
  • Project documents
  • Final Report

The General Project Management Standard is applied for the following purposes:

Project managers use the GPMS to structure the processes of launching, planning, executing, monitoring and completing projects, which, in turn, helps to meet the deadlines and budget.

Heads of divisions use the GPMS to provide a standardized approach to the implementation of various projects and project elements, which significantly increases the efficiency of project implementation, and also forms the same perception of project documentation by different participants. The consultants use the GPMS as the basis for the creation of Corporate UP Standards for their customers, thereby satisfying their need for documenting project management procedures and regulations.

Project participants and executives use GPMS templates to easily, quickly and efficiently document various aspects of projects throughout their entire life cycle.

Teachers and trainers use GPMS as materials for practical training and business games.

Students and trainees of the trainings study the GPMS as a practical application of the processes and areas of knowledge of project management, which allows us to get quite in-depth experience and understanding of the project manager profession already at the training stage.
Management Documents and Processes:

Project Management Processes:
- a group of initiation processes,
- a group of planning processes,
- a group of execution processes,
- a group of monitoring and control processes,
- A group of completion processes.

Areas of knowledge of PM. The areas of knowledge described in PMBOK:
- Project Integration Management,
- Project content management,
- Project schedule management,
- Project cost management,
- Project Quality Management,
- Project resource management,
- project communications management,
- project risk management,
- project procurement management,
- management of project stakeholders.

Template folders for PM. The areas of knowledge described in PMBOK:
- project documents,
- project management plan,
- project communications,
- basic execution plan,
- project schedule.