Operational Project Controlling – Results of the Study
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The aim of the study is to analyze the scale and types of controlling used in the practice of project management, in respect of the projects implemented in organizations operating in Poland. The author also done research on the current status and approach to control of projects at every stage of their life cycle, and the results were set together with the scope of the information required to effectively manage projects and most frequent recommendations in recognized methodologies of project management (PRINCE2, PMBoK, PCM, Scrum). Participants of projects implemented in Polish organizations, primarily the managers, but also members of the project teams and project boards were the target group. Despite its significance, controlling of projects is an issue not adequately described in the literature, both Polish and foreign. For the past ten years, just a few books on the subject were written. At the same time one tries to move the concept of controlling the current activities of the organization to the project management area, which raises a lot of confusion and misunderstanding, since the implementation of projects does not usually coincide with the process (repetitive) activities of the company.
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