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Tools and Techniques for Project Management Office Activities Improvement

Student: Polina Fursova

Supervisor: Maria Viktorovna Malinina

Faculty: Graduate School of Business

Educational Programme: Management (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

This work is devoted to research of methods and tools that improve the functioning of the Project Management Office (PMO)and developing recommendations for improvement. The purpose of this study is to develop recommendations for the optimization of the PMO in the oil company "Kriogaztech" with the aim of improving the efficiency of its functions. In this study analysis was conducted of the activities of the PMO in the company "Kriogaztech" the method of questioning the model of maturity assessment OPM3. In order to assess the maturity of PMO from the respondents, the standard questionnaire was adapted to the investigated company "Kriogaztech ". For analysis of the scientific literature was used published textbooks and articles and scientific works of Russian and foreign periodicals as sources of secondary information.

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