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Management Systems

Integrated Management System

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Every organization wants to be successful in its business. But, organizations are complex to manage and failure to recognize its complexity and proper management of its interdependencies can affect directly on success of organization. In fact, the nature of business and context of an organization can increase the level of its complexity. A research recently done among hundreds of sample projects in USA showed that about 31% of projects are failed or cancelled before they ever get completed. Further results indicated 53% of projects cost 189% of their original estimates. The costs of these failures, overruns, restarts and lost opportunities are not measurable, but could easily be in order of trillions of dollars. This figure implies the fact that many General Contractors don't adopt a suitable project management methodology based on requirements and nature of each project and they usually don't have a flexible assessment tool to diagnose their problems in time. In other words, they lack one of the most important key success factors which is a flexible management / assessment framework to provide them with a system approach I diagnostic ability.

As per above and based on our experience, we have learned that our approach to organization / project management is one of the most outstanding factors to succeed and realize our vision. Therefore, according to the concepts of learning organization, our organization is always seeking for the latest best practices and has developed an Integrated Management System (IMS) formed by following 4 elements. We have already applied the concepts of IS09001, IS014001 and OHSAS18001 (relevant management certificates are available in Certificates page) as well as Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBoK). our organization follows / implements the latest management standards and best practices to keep IMS effective and complied with local and international requirements. The company also benefits a continuous learing process which prevents iterative failures and improve system efficiency and effectiveness.

IMS 

Following concepts are the elements that our management and assessment models are built on following 21 items :

1.    Stakeholders focus
2.    Leadership
3.    Involvement of people
4.    Process approach
5.    System approach to management
6.    Continual improvement
7.    Factual approach to decision making
8.    Mutually beneficial stakeholder relationships
9.    Division of Work and distribution of authority
10.    Living our values
11.    Treating change as an opportunity
12.    Subordination of individual interest to the general interest
13.    Unity of command and direction
14.    Building to last
15.    Timely payment
16.    Centralization (or Optimization)
17.    Vertical and lateral communications
18.    Equity
19.    Stability of tenure of Personnel
20.    Allowing personnel to show their initiative
21.    Fostering morale of employees