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Iso 21500

ISO 21500:2012, Guidance on Project Management, is an


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  4. ^ Zandhuis, Anton, Rommert Stellingwerf, ISO 21500 Guidance on project management - A Pocket Guide, Van Haren Publishing, May 2013, Netherlands, front cover
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References

  • An overview of ISO 21500 as well as an abbreviated version "the pocket guide" available as a sample file. (Accessed March 2014) [4] and favorably commented upon by one industry observer.[5]
  • PMBoK versus ISO 21500 (Accessed March 2014)
  • Comparison of ISO 21500 and PMBOK® Guide (Accessed March 2014)

For industry analysis of ISO 21500, see also:

See also

ISO plans for this standard (21500) to be the first in a family of project management standards. ISO also designed this standard to align with other, related standards such as ISO 10006:2003, Quality management systems − Guidelines for quality management in projects, ISO 10007:2003, Quality management systems − Guidelines for configuration management, ISO 31000:2009, Risk management – Principles and guidelines.[3] Since ISO 21500:2012 is a guidance document, it is not intended to be used for certification/registration purposes.

[2] (ANSI) which had approved four standards that used PMI materials. one of which was ANSI/PMI 99-001-2008, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge - 4th Edition (PMI BoK® Guide - 4th Edition) (revision and re-designation of ANSI/PMI 99-001-2004): 11/20/2008.American National Standards Institute The ISO technical committee dealing with project management, ISO/PC 236 was held by the [1]

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