Why does Project Implementation matter?
Projects are a proven way to implement once-off assignments with optimum:
- Delivery Time
This is particular important if the project/ assignment is:
- Capital intensive, eg infrastructure
- Urgent, eg climate action
- Geographically spread, e.g. digitalisation
- Involves several cultures
Typical Use Cases
- Project Kick-Off: Get your project off to a great start.
- Requirements Identification: Make sure that you understand what the project clients need.
- Risk Management: Identify project risks and develop responses.
- Project Communications: Plan your project communications, to minimise costly misunderstandings and delays
- Project Execution: Develop a detailed plan for delivering your project.
- Phase End Meetings: Manage the critical project control points and authorise the next phase.
- Proper hand-over to client with evaluation of deliverables / performance, action plan for next phase, training of taking over team.
- Implementation of learnings from past experiences – personal, organization or any level with proper documentation.
- Operational Guidelines: Develop guidelines for team working, while also contributing to building your team.
- Global Team Working: Establish working processes to deliver with a virtual team.
- Troubled Project Recovery: Get a project moving again, e.g. after a change of leadership.
How we support Project Implementation
- Focuses on a single important current assignment.
- This helps project teams to organise themselves to deliver projects
- As soon as possible
- With minimum costs and risks.
- This format brings immediate business benefits
- To the team, particularly if the members have different project backgrounds
- Similar to the above, where:
- each participant (or small team) has a current project assignment
- The participants are not all from the same organisation
- Most beneficial when the organisation has decided which methodology to follow
- The individual learns the same methodology as the rest of the organisation
- Appropriate where:
- The brief is not yet fully clear or defined and needs an experienced project consultant.
- The (human) resource is not available or limited
- The responsible person is a professional, but not in project management
- To help identify priorities
- Useful for senior management