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Project Management

Our PRINCE/PMI skills will follow the basic steps below. The project phases make up a project life cycle, and as such, the phases are tailored to fit a project’s needs. According to the PMBOK® Guide, the elements of a project life cycle should define: 

  • What work must be accomplished

  • What deliverables must be generated and reviewed

  • Who must be involved

  • How to control and approve each phase.

Determining these elements will take a project from start to finish. It will require a systematic, timely, and controlled process that benefits a project’s stakeholders. This helps PMs define what needs to be accomplished before moving onto the next phase of a project. We can help you implement these controls and develop your PMs.


In Project Delivery we review the following points along the project lifecycle:


• Project Management Plan

• Project Status Reports, Costs, Burn Rate

• Risk, Issues, Actions Log

• Changelog, Change Control

• Lessons Learned

We can help you with critical situation management and project/programme recovery. In doing so, we examine the various checkpoints along the project lifecyle. Our extensive and multi-cultural global stakeholder experience will help us manage your customer's expectations.

We also embrace an Agile approach, where as an iterative framework/method, requirements evolve through collaboration between the customer and self-organising teams. This Agile business approach aligns development with customer needs.


Project Management Deliverables

We ensure that successful projects share the following characteristics:

A plan exists for communicating project status, anticipated process changes, and critical dates

• Executive sponsorship is engaged and committed to the success of the project

• Scope and schedule are understood and agreed to by all stakeholders


• Work schedule and project budget are proactively managed


• Risks are identified, mitigation plans exist, and issues are proactively managed

• Project team works in a high performing manner – business process, application functionality, and technical knowledge reside within the team


• Industry leading practices and processes are used to drive the configuration decisions

• Business benefits are identified, baselined, and measured for achievement

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