Time & cost effective management
At the core of successful implementation of all our projects is effective production connection between functional and linear system of project management.
Our head managing office (functional management) coordinates the work of our Regional directors (line management). The head office provides all communications with clients and approving of project terms of reference. Head office at the central level of territorial management performs functions of quality control, monitoring, timeliness and volumes of the project. At the head office are concentrated functional and line managers of analytical and executive divisions, as well as financial management of all projects.
Regional Director - the second hierarchical level of territorial management of our company. Each Regional Director coordinates 3 - 5 countries of patronized sub-region. Regional Director concentrates in himself a functional site and linear link of multi-country projects management. He receives from Center his part of sub-regional tasks and distributes it to separate countries in sub-region. Back from the field, he accepts collected information, and without wasting time for primary information processing sends a summary report to the central office. Its functions also include providing operational control of assignments and operational monitoring of execution at the sub-regional level.
In its turn, each country at the heart of local management operates autonomously closely associated tandem of functional general manager (Senior Local Supervisor) and linear general manager (Local Field Supervisor). This is the third (final) level of territorial management. Thus, Senior Local Supervisor ensures current administrative resources of the local office, correct application of technical standards in project, communication standards and preparation of field staff to the concrete task, and is responsible for the accuracy and quality of the particular assignment for the Regional Director. Local Field Supervisor provides necessary production resources for a particular project, process of collecting field data by interviewers and functioning of the internal supervisors.
So, our management benefits:
a) cost-effective balance between handling and a high reduction in the administrative workload;
b) efficient combination of technological standards succession and decision-making autonomy on the internal local management level;
c) highly advanced technologies of personnel recruitment, motivation and training staff;
d) effective implementation into practice the principles of democratic decentralism and de-concentration of management;
e) high sensitivity and mobility of the central management to the challenges of external competitive and client environment.
Our Regional Director at his level of territorial management is the person responsible for accomplishing the stated project objectives. Key project management responsibilities include creating clear and attainable project objectives, building the project requirements, and managing the constraints of the project management triangle, which are cost, time, scope, and quality.
Our General Director is a client representative and has to determine and implement the exact needs of the client, based on knowledge of MRP-EURASIA. He is the bridging gap between the production team and client. General Director with his deputy and assistant is accountable for ensuring that everyone on the team knows and executes his or her role, feels empowered and supported in the role, knows the roles of the other team members and acts upon the belief that those roles will be performed. However, there are some responsibilities that which correspond to our General Director, noting:
- Developing the project plan
- Managing the project stakeholders
- Managing the project team
- Managing the project risk
- Managing the project schedule
- Managing the project budget
- Managing the project conflicts