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Corporate Project Management System Development in Exhibition Companies Ltd "Euroexpo" Case

Student: Ekaterina Maltceva

Supervisor: Maria Viktorovna Malinina

Faculty: Graduate School of Business

Educational Programme: Management (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2016

Nowadays, project management has become extremely popular as it supports companies in delivering change and unique results. It also helps business units to survive in an extremely aggressive and hypercompetitive environment. Despite the fact that managing projects is common in many areas it is mostly spread among project-based organizations (PBOs) and has become the dominant business model for such companies. An exhibition company will be investigated in this particular project as one of the most representative examples of PBOs. Methods and models of managing and delivering events are thoroughly described in the academic literature. However, mere understanding of the methodology is not enough to implement such PM system in the company as there are some challenges associated with corporate project management system (CPMS) implementation. In this project the process of CPMS building will be analyzed with the help of the LTD "Euroexpo" case study. The research proposed will concentrate on specifying thekey elements of CPMS and analyzing steps and methods of its implementation in an exhibition company with regard tobusiness peculiarity. The primary purpose of this research is to elaborate recommendations for designing and adopting CPMS in an exhibition company, which might ensure successful operation for event companies in general. Therefore, the particular project will be devoted to supplying exhibition companies with recommendations for event management and outlining critical success factors as well as major problem areas.

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