Change with Impact

Project Model

Clear direction for key projects

Successful execution of large projects depends on two things: an effective project management model and real commitment from top management.

Project Model

If you want your projects to not only succeed but deliver real impact, top management needs to come on board, taking formal ownership and actively endorsing the project. Secondly, you need to make sure the framework is in place – that is, an effective project model that can define the necessary governance structure and make sure all key elements are included and the right pace is set.

Our Project Model draws on classic project virtues – clear goals, measurable deliverables, a well-described business case, formulation of project impact, identification of formal ownership and predefined phases. These key elements are integrated into a cohesive model that helps drive the project forward.

Although the Project Model is always customised to meet the specific needs and setup of the company or organisation we work for, the key elements identified in the model below are always included.

Project model


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