A new way of working
A strong procedural and cultural change improving Prysman Group project Execution .Our solution to deliver EPCI Projects.
This approach is the result of the contribution and collaboration between people daily involved in project management and execution.
Prysmian selected the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) from the Project Management Institute (PMI®) and ISO 21500 guidelines as best practice reference for project execution.
Standardised Process, Common IT Platform & Tools, Culture & Leadership, Portfolio Governance
Project Excellence Principles
Project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and techniques to project activities to meet the project requirements and exceed the Client expectations.
1 Prysmian own identity in Project DeliveryToggle Details
Re-align and standardize project execution across all Prysmian Project and Contract Management Regions.
2 Project Governance – Project Portfolio BoardToggle Details
A new recognized way of resolving conflicts and optimize our projects portfolio.
3 Unique Software for Project ExecutionToggle Details
Prysmian has developed a unique software to facilitate the management of the project lifecycle from Tender phase to Project completion. It improves the collaboration between functions and third parties.
4 Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental managementToggle Details
Q&HSE model to meet project requirements and exceed Client’s expectation.
5 Risk ManagementToggle Details
Early identification, evaluation and management / mitigation / prevention of project risks.
6 Importance of planningToggle Details
New and standardized planning approach across the company. Facilitate the early identification of critical path and support conflicts resolution.
7 Document ManagementToggle Details
Document management and document quality as a key focus area for project delivery.
8 Training Progam & Cultural ChangeToggle Details
Intellectual capital and talent are strategic assets for the achievement of our profitability and value creation objectives and, as such, must be supported by appropriate actions to develop and enhance their worth.