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Development of a Corporate Project Management System in the «EsForce» Company

Student: Andrei Riabinin

Supervisor: Maria Viktorovna Malinina

Faculty: Graduate School of Business

Educational Programme: Management (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2017

In this degree paper key issues of project management in cybersports are being analyzed, using holding Esforce as a model company. Author also gives recommendations on project management improvement.Author analyzed exsisting theoretical material in areas of project management organizing, principles and approaches to development of corporate project management system (CPMS) and key factors of its implementation.Basing on the research results, author has discovered and justified the nessesity of impelemtation of CPMS in companies which do projects in cybersports, formulated main requirements for system of project management in Esforce company.Also recommendations on development and implementation of CPMS for Russian company Esports were developed.

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