Change with Impact

Resource and capacity management

Get an overview of resource allocation to improve project execution

Few organisations have a clear overview of ongoing projects. This typically results in high running costs and low effectiveness.

Resource and capacity management

In a competitive market – where budgets are under scrutiny – better resource allocation is a precondition for a cost-effective organisation. Improving resource allocation on projects and portfolios has many benefits. You reduce the risk of project overrun and the unnecessary costs related to that. You also get better return on investment on development projects – and greater transparency in the organisation.

We help companies and public organisations improve their project execution by giving them a clear overview of the resources and running costs involved in existing and prospective projects.

Featured clients

Business case culture at Copenhagen Citizen Service
Development of business case culture
Copenhagen Citizen Service is spearheading a large number of digitisation projects in the City of Copenhagen, where there is a demand for more efficient work procedures. In cooperation with Copenhagen Citizen Service, Implement designed a training programme where we worked with the method on actual cases, thus anchoring and ensuring ownership of the method in Copenhagen Citizen Service.
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

  • 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.

  • Project Governance: Steering Committees that don’t chicken out

    For project steering committees to perform excellently all members need to offer their full commitment to the project – they all need to be pigs. In addition four other skills and competencies need to be present in the steering committee.

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