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The Analytical Center hosted a two-day conference "Practice of applying project management: Project Olympus 5.0", which traditionally ends the contest of professional project management "Project Olympus 2018".

Recall, the NII KPU was a partner in the organization of the Competition, and also became a co-organizer of a special nomination “The project management system of a public-private / municipal-private partnership”. Director of the Institute entered the board of judges of the Competition. Information support for the project was provided by the NII KPU journal “Management Practice”.

The plenary discussion was moderated by Deputy Head of the Analytical Center Mikhail Prjadilnikov. “The conference brought together enthusiastic people who understand the full significance of project management,” said Spinners. “Our competition is expanding, transforming, together with you we have already achieved significant results, and now is the time to think about how to move forward.”

Deputy Minister of Economic Development Sergey Galkin told how the work of the subjects of the Russian Federation on the implementation of national projects was organized. “We have formulated clear goals and are working on their decomposition,” Galkin said. “By spring, the regional authorities will already have a clear understanding of how to achieve these goals.”

As for tourism, which was transferred to the Ministry of Economic Development, then, according to Galkin, the federal project office created under this topic to increase the manageability of the industry is already starting to work, and regional project teams will be formed. “Tourism has great potential and can become a significant driver of economic growth,” the deputy minister said. “Here, the new goal-setting, an integrated approach and the monetization of the industry will be the key to success.”

“For the effective implementation of national projects, the ministry has undergone a transformation from industry management to the“ industry-region ”matrix, said Vladimir Pastukhov, head of the Project Office of the Ministry of Industry and Trade. - Just yesterday, at the Analytical Center, a selector was held with the regions on five federal projects as part of the national project “International Cooperation and Export”. According to Pastukhov, the regions should select enterprises themselves that can effectively participate in the development of exports and thereby qualify for a new state support tool - a universal subsidy.

“The model of sports development at the expense of the state has exhausted itself,” said Sergey Smirnitsky, deputy director of the department of investment development and state property management of the Ministry of Sports. “Therefore, the most serious challenges today are budget substitution, import substitution (on equipment) and infrastructure development.” The official expressed confidence that, given the complexity of the tasks, they can only be solved with the help of project management, forming the basic points of growth of the sports economy. “To this end, we are creating an interdepartmental project office that will serve as the best coordination in the field of the sports industry,” Smirnytsky said.

Alina Grossman, advisor to the first deputy chairman of the board of Sberbank, said that as part of the project management, Sberbank is considering the possibility of testing new ideas before launching them as a project. “If the future project turns out to be unpromising, it will give an opportunity not to spend big money,” the representative of Sberbank believes.

Grossman also spoke about the major projects of Sberbank, which were implemented on the principles of project management and allowed the company to become world leaders in a number of positions. One of the best megaprograms in the world, Everest, has changed the service culture within the organization. The gigantic scale of transformation has simplified operations and internal communications, thereby increasing the efficiency of more than 220,000 Sberbank employees. “We have more than 2.5 thousand design specialists certified only by PMI, and much more if we consider certification according to other standards, which allows us to be leaders,” Grossman said.

Olesya Safonova, an expert at the Analytical Center, spoke about the work of the Project Office for the implementation of the Digital Economy program. According to her, the government approved a unique program management system in which business and the expert community, including regional ones, participate on an equal basis with federal authorities. “Currently, there is a reboot - the program has been transformed into a national project, its five directions are into federal projects, to which another one joins, called Digital Government. Training courses have been launched for regional digitalization leaders, Safonova added.

Olga Pavlova, Deputy Governor of the Belgorod Region, said that for 7 years the project culture in the management of the region has been formed and worked out, therefore the provision of the regional component for the implementation of national projects is already structured and is not difficult. “Thanks to the use of the system of continuous improvement, we were able to significantly improve the quality of work with limited resources,” shared Pavlova. - We have identified standard tasks, mapped them, each stage of the task was described and standardized to the smallest details. As a result, the current work is carried out several times faster with less labor. ”

The president of the SOVNET Project Management Association, Alexander Tovb, is sure that the main thing for solving the technological breakthrough tasks facing the country are people with project thinking. “It is necessary to introduce a high managerial culture everywhere,” summarized Tovb.

IPMA Vice President Martin Sedlmayer announced the main global trends in project management development. According to the expert, during the implementation of the project it is necessary to focus not only on achieving the required indicators, but on the benefits that society and the environment will ultimately receive. At the same time, the obtained effect should be stable and balanced. And the end user should be able to participate in project management.

Sedlmayer believes that the intensive development of artificial intelligence should not be overlooked. The expert expressed the opinion that in the future project management will be automated and manual control will not be required. “But we will not be left without work, because social competencies will remain very important. And contextual competences will be even more important, ”the expert concluded.

Maria Romanova, Board Member of the Moscow PMI Office, noted the importance of building a culture of trust in the project team. According to her, technical skills in the context of global competition are no longer enough. “The ideal skill set is a combination of technical, leadership, strategic and managerial business competencies. When the team has it all, its projects are 40% more likely to achieve goals, ”explained Romanova.

At the end of the business part of the first day of the conference "Practice of Project Management: Project Olympus 5.0", an award ceremony was held for the winners of the "Project Olympus 2018" competition.

A source: http://ac.gov.ru