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Project organisation & culture

Projects that get the right conditions deliver better results

Projects typically succeed against all odds. Imagine the results you would get if project conditions were better… or, in fact, optimal?

Project organisation & culture

Projects are initiated with a particular goal in mind. To develop new products or services. To improve processes or cut costs. To come up with new ways of doing things better, faster and with greater impact. In other words, projects are not routine – they are key to business growth. But project conditions do not always reflect that.

To deliver great results, the project needs to be supported by effective leadership, a dynamic culture and the right competences in the team. At Implement Consulting Group, we can help you create the right conditions for your projects, cultivating the mindset, skills and processes you need to run effective projects.

Featured clients

KMD
How a new and powerful project organisation transformed the company
In just two years, KMD has adapted to completely new market and investor demands. This was achieved by transforming a chaotic myriad of projects into a transparent, value-driven portfolio overview spearheaded by capable project managers. The effect is increased internal satisfaction combined with multi-million savings obtained through a tighter focus on costs and optimisation of project execution.

Articles

  • Basic governance of projects

    The four handles most top level managers install first to get a grip on the projects in their organisations. This article describe why top managers crave to install basic governance of projects, it describes the content of the four handles, discusses implementation issues and points ahead to the more advanced project governance issues after getting in control of the basics in the project realm.

  • Kill Complexity – Short and fat projects will save your bottom line

    Kill Complexity is a change journey aiming at eliminating unnecessary complexity from an organisation and/or hindering unnecessary complexity in sneaking into the organisation. Kill Complexity is also about inspiring to having the courage to make trade-offs – and about building intelligent, simple solutions.

  • How to build a compelling business case

    One of the major pitfalls of working with a business case is that it becomes too complex, and it is unclear who owns the effects of the project. Fundamentally, focus has to shift from calculations to conditions for calculations

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