Modern project management skills are essential for organizational productivity and excellence in today's business world. The application of sound project management techniques has been demonstrated to improve the chances of successfully completing work within the triple constraint of time, budget and scope.
S&T has many certified employees for the following project management methodologies:
- Promet: The Institute of Information Management at St. Gallen University has developed an approach called “business engineering”, which is being continually fine-tuned and enhanced by the University’s Competence Centers, with appropriate input from the business community. S&T’s daughter company IMG The Information Management Group, has developed a method kit called PROMET ® (PROcess METhod) in close collaboration with the University, which pragmatically refines the engineering approach and provides procedures and templates for frequently encountered project types and situations.
- PRINCE2: PRojects IN Controlled Environments (PRINCE2) is a process-based method for effective project management. PRINCE2 is a de facto standard, used extensively by the UK Government and is widely recognized and used in the private sector, both in the UK and internationally. The method PRINCE2 is in the public domain, offering non-proprietorial best practice guidance on project management.
- PMI: Stamford Global project management seminars are designed and structured to deliver an insight into world class project management techniques throughout the project life cycle. The courses emphasize essential skills of modern project management in today's business world. Stamford Global is a Global Registered Education Provider at the Project Management Institute (PMI). Each course is in line with PMBOK (Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge) and registered at PMI.