The method of project team formation on the example of the ship’s crew

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This article analyzes the existing terminological and methodological personnel management apparatus and as a result, it turned out that the application of the project-oriented management approach leads to the conclusion and indicates that the employment agreement (contract) for the voyage, the ship's crew are all signs of the project, and the project team. It should be noted that shipping companies are management oriented organizations through projects. Despite the absolutely correct conclusion that the minimum crew should be determined on the basis of the conditions for ensuring the safe operation of all ship systems and mechanisms. Specific techniques and methods for calculating the required number of crew not previously represented. The project-oriented context of modern project management in a turbulent environment and the need for appropriate transformations of infrastructure and industry, including the sea. The management activities take into account the individual characteristics of the project team members, due to socio-cultural influences. The project management methodology and team format of the project activity considers human resource management processes in conjunction with other areas of knowledge that should be integrated into processes such as content management, timing, cost, quality, risk, supply, communications. Therefore, it seems quite logical for the authors to refer to “the processes of formation and management of human resources in project teams” on the example of the ship’s crew.




Kramskyі, S. O., Zakharchenko, O. V., Darushin, A. V., Bileha, O. V., & Riepnova, T. P. (2019). The method of project team formation on the example of the ship’s crew. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(10), 521–526.

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