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Miles Shepherd Chairman ISO Technical Committee 258
Background to Standards Role of standards in projects Standards development Current progress with ISO 21500 Future Plans Conclusions 24 Nov 11© Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd2
make the development, manufacturing and supply of products and services more efficient, safer and cleaner facilitate trade between countries and make it fairer provide governments with a technical base for health, safety and environmental legislation, and conformity assessment share technological advances and good management practice disseminate innovation safeguard consumers, and users in general, of products and services make life simpler by providing solutions to common problems 24 Nov 11© Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd3
According to the Concise Oxford English Dictionary, a standard is: 1.A required level of quality or attainment 2.Something used as a measure, norm or model in comparative evaluations 3.A tune or song of established popularity 4.Military or ceremonial flag 5.Something used or accepted as normal or average 24 Nov 11© Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd4
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Background to Standards Role of standards in projects Standards development Current progress with ISO 21500 Future Plans Conclusions 24 Nov 11© Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd11
163 national members (98% of World GNI, 97% of World population) 110 member bodies, 43 correspondent, 10 subscribers 124 developing countries, 38 developed Over 600 organisations in liaison More than 18,600 standards in use (1.300 issued in 2010) 3,335 technical bodies, 224 active TCs, 100,000 experts Central Secretariat in Geneva: 154 FTE staff 24 Nov 11 © Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd 12
24 Nov 11© Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd13 CountryParticipation United Kingdom729 France727 Germany721 Republic of Korea713 Peoples Republic of China711 Romania693 Japan684 Italy667 Poland644 Spain629
Consensus The views of all interests are taken into account: manufacturers, vendors and users, consumer groups, testing laboratories, governments, engineering professions and research organizations. Industry wide Global solutions to satisfy industries and customers worldwide. Voluntary International standardisation is market driven and therefore based on voluntary involvement of all interests in the market- place. 24 Nov 11© Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd14
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Need identified – New work item – Technical Scope established Technical development – Detailed development of specification – Consensus building Formal Approval Draft International Standard Final Draft International Standard 24 Nov 11© Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd16
Background to Standards Role of standards in projects Standards development Current progress with ISO 21500 Future Plans Conclusions 24 Nov 11© Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd17
ISO 21500 General Purpose Establishes an overarching guideline for project management with related terminology and defined processes: can be referenced by the global project management, any type of organization Does not provide a detailed definition of all aspects of project management Intended to be used in conjunction with existing and future sector, national and international standards 24 Nov 1118 © Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd
Development of ISO 21500 Based upon other standards Developed in three Working Groups – Terminology – Processes – Supporting Information Consensus based Several staged review process Country voting on document 24 Nov 1119 © Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd
EventDIS date DIS plenaryJanuary 2012 Creation of final draft Submit to ISO for FDIS (up to 18 months after DIS allowed) March 2012 ISO processing, NB vote, ISO preparation for publication March – August 2012 21500 publication, PC closed (up to 6 months after FDIS allowed) September 2012 24 Nov 11© Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd20
Background to Standards Role of standards in projects Standards development Current progress with ISO 21500 Future Plans Conclusions 24 Nov 11© Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd21
Project Committee 236 – formed to develop single standard on Project Management (ISO 21500) – in 2012, has handed over to: Technical Committee 258 – formed to develop a family of standards in the area of project, programme and portfolio management 24 Nov 11 © Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd 22
Current status of PM Committees PC236 – ISO 21500 approved at DIS stage; comments addressed at meeting in Paris, February – Expected publication 4Q2012 TC258 – First meeting June 2011; next meeting in February – Started business plan and work plan – First work items expected to start Spring 2012 24 Nov 1123 © Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd
Clause 1 – Scope Clause 2 – Terms and Definitions Clause 3 – Concepts Clause 4 – Project Management Processes Annex A – Process group processes mapped to subject groups 24 Nov 11 © Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd 24
3.1General 3.2Project 3.3Project management 3.4Organizational strategy and projects 3.5Project environment 3.6Project governance 3.7Projects and operations 3.8Stakeholders and project organization 3.9Competencies of project personnel 3.10Project life cycle 3.11Project constraints 3.12Relationship between project management concepts and processes 24 Nov 11 © Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd 25
4.1Project management process application 4.2Process groups and subject groups 4.3Processes 24 Nov 11 © Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd 26
What to standardise Gaining consensus Language issues National priorities Industry issues Professional Issues 24 Nov 11© Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd27
Contact: email@example.com Questions? 24 Nov 11© Miles Shepherd Projects Ltd28
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