Whatever the task, organization is the keynote.
The organizational structure of Kayson has been so designed that every
project enjoys a unified chain of command headed by a project manager,
whilst a network of specialized technical, engineering, logistics and
supporting units feed all ongoing projects in a highly coordinated
manner. At the same time, all projects, divisions and subdivisions
interact via a hybrid matrix system.
For effective project execution,
project teams relevant to the size and nature of the projects are
formed. Each project team, led by a project manager, assumes full
responsibility, from start to finish, for thorough compliance with the
specific requirements of each project. Computerized data processing
systems are used for all phases of project execution. Network analysis
and optimum time and resource allocation are performed using Kayson’s
schedule control system which is based on the network method. Thus, all
project management activities such as project planning, schedule and
cost control, human resource management, quality management and control,
health, safety and environment are carried out under unified concepts.
An effective management information system using well-arranged formats
is employed to enable top management to closely oversee all phases of