Project Excellence model
The blueprint for Project Excellence
Projects are tools for creating change. But to ensure change with impact, your projects need the right framework. Our Project Excellence Model defines the platform for success.
Business case model
Is your new project worth the investment? With Implement Consulting Group's Business Case model, you get the platform for making a qualified decision.
Impact Case and Governance Model
Faster change with greater impact has been Implement Consulting Group's key offering for years. Our method for achieving this involves the combination of two key concepts: the Impact Case and the Governance Model.
Projects have become the standard way of bringing about organisational change or stimulating business development. To ensure successful results – on time and on budget – the project needs to be effectively managed.
Leadership in project environments
How do you allocate resources for cross-divisional projects while still meeting your targets in the line? Most line managers recognise this dilemma. To resolve it, you need to make sure that line and project goals are aligned so that the organisation is not competing for the same resources.
Resource and capacity management
Few organisations have a clear overview of ongoing projects. This typically results in high running costs and low effectiveness.
Project Portfolio Management
Running too many projects at the same time reduces the overall effect of your strategy. Establishing a strong Portfolio Management Office (PMO) will help you prioritise projects and execute them correctly.
Short and fat projects will save your bottom line
Project portfolio management should not be complex. Kill Complexity is a change journey aiming at eliminating unnecessary complexity from an organisation and/or hindering unnecessary complexity in sneaking into the organisation.
Basic governance of projects
Thus most managers have discovered the significance of the projects in their organisation. Many of these managers feel that they have discovered an entirely new organisation within the already existing one. The truly interesting question then becomes: What do they want to do about it?