Iranian Project Management Office will perform as an Outsource department for your Company
The Iranian Project Management Office (PMO) centralizes and standardizes the management of projects performed by foreign companies in Iran. Instead of each company establishing such an office and hiring full staff personnel to perform these redundant tasks, outsourcing Project Management Professional Services is a better way to save money and effort of companies trying to establish an office in a new territory, especially in a market such as Iran, where there is a lack of Project Management Professionals who will communicate and collaborate with foreign companies on World-Class International Standards.
The Iranian Project Management Office will provide Services in several ways:
• Supportive Iranian Project Management Office exercises a low level of control over projects and provides the policies, methodologies, templates, and lessons learned for managing projects within the organization.
• Controlling Iranian Project Management Office has a moderate level of control over projects and provides support and guidance for companies on how to manage projects, trains others in project management and project management software, assists with specific project management tools, and ensures compliance to organizational practices.
• Directive Iranian Project Management Office has a high level of control over projects and provides project managers for different projects, and is responsible for the results of those projects; all projects, or projects of a certain size, type, or influence, are managed by this office.
The Iranian Project Management Office is a departmental unit that outsources professional management services for companies and is not a Single person consultancy. Depending on what kind of service is requested the authority of the PMO and how it will perform will change.
The Iranian Project Management Office could:
• Manage the inter-dependencies among projects, programs, and portfolios.
• Integrate information from all projects to assess whether the organization is achieving its strategic objectives.
• Help provide resources.
• Recommend the termination of projects when appropriate.
• Monitor compliance with organizational processes.
• Help gather lessons learned and make them available to other projects.
• Provide templates (e.g., for work breakdown structures or communications management plans).
• Provide guidance and project governance.
• Provide centralized communication about the projects.
• Be more heavily involved during project initiating than later in the project.
• Be part of the change control board.
• Be a stakeholder.
• Prioritize projects.
Above services are major components of a Project Management Office in general and further Project Management Professional services are available upon request. Please don’t hesitate to contact our representatives for further information.