PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Tools and techniques

What we do:

Create a smooth transition back to business as usual by developing plans/roadmaps for implementing the changes.

 

How do we do this?

To help introduce the changes into the business and minimise disruption to business as usual, develop communications plans to manage expectations and implementation plan(s) based on breaking down the work into manageable chunks, highlighting key milestones, performance indicators of progress and benefits being realised.

 

Our Approach:

Initiate project(s)

Direct the project(s)

Manage delivery of the products

Manage the stage boundaries

Close the project(s)

 

Our customers have benefitted from solution implementations using our knowledge and experience of industry standard methods for stakeholder engagement and structured project delivery.

PM – Project Management (PRINCE2): 

PM1: Start up project 

 

PM2: Initiate project

PM3: Direct the project 

PM4: Control the project stages 

PM5: Manage delivery of products 

PM6: Manage the stage boundaries 

PM7: Close the project 

PM1:  

Project Mandate, Project Organisation (Board), Outline Business case

Project Brief, ID (initiation) Plan

Lesson Log Daily Log.

 

PM2: 

Full Business Case, Strategies (Communications, Configuration – items, Quality and Risk)

Project Plan (product based planning and descriptions), Benefits Review Plan

Risk Quality and Issue Logs

Project Initiation Document

 

PM3:  

Stage Plans, Exception Plans,

Updating Business cases, Project Plans, Business Reviews

Work Packages

Checkpoint reports, Team Plans 

 

PM4:  

Highlight Reports, Issue and Exception Reports

 

PM5: 

Updating Risk and Issue Logs, Lessons Learned Log, Daily Log

 

PM6: 

End Stage Reports

Quality Log/Register (product delivery)

 

ST7: 

End Project report, Follow-on Actions, Lessons Learned report, Closure Notice

Reviews of Benefits Review plan Business case, Project plan

Configuration repository (information items)

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