Doing the project right, the first time.
Project Managers are there to create sustained progress within your interdependent projects. Our team supports your efforts by ensuring that deliverables and timelines are met and your projects are done right. They also act on behalf of the team to improve communication between stakeholders, resulting in higher rates of acceptance and customer satisfaction.
What’s the Status?
During a complex project, a question as simple as “What’s the status?” can strike fear into the hearts of even the most capable employees. The truth is, understanding where a project is tracking in relation to launch or completion is hardly ever straightforward because most teams are focused on doing their piece of the project well. An experienced project manager is able to look out and over, accurately predicting timelines, anticipating roadblocks, and involving the key stakeholders from each team.
Many Small Projects, One Big goal
If your organization has one big, hairy, audacious goal, it’s likely that goal won’t be achieved in one fell swoop. It takes many steps to climb a mountain and skipping even one could result in falling behind. To keep your projects moving, you need a partner who’s able to see how each task and project are connected and how they support the bigger picture.
Inadequate Employee Training
Project management sounds simple, until you take on a multi-million dollar initiative for your organization. To truly drive a project to completion takes dedicated employee resources – which also means heavily investing in training your employees, or hiring new ones. Or, outsource from among the best of the best when it comes to project management. Your employees, your leadership, and your customers will thank you when the project reaches completion on time and on budget.
The Opportunity of Failure
Does your recollection of a project in hindsight only focus on successes? Rethink your process and learn from missed opportunities.
3 Keys To Successful Program Management
Overcoming the challenges that come with managing interdependencies while simultaneously maintaining focus on achieving the business objectives takes more than just tactical skills like project planning, action item tracking, and managing a budget.
Feast Not Famine: Catastrophic Loss Impacts Insurers’ Ability to Service
Natural catastrophes have emphasized the necessary technologies and actions Property & Casualty insurers need for optimal efficiency.
“Cloud First” and OnBase – How?
The principle behind the Cloud-First strategy dictates that anytime a new IT project, environmental refresh, or technological initiative is in the discovery phase, cloud solutions should always be considered.
The Hidden Dangers of DIY Upgrades
Your investment in IT isn’t an area where you want to cut corners.
4 Ways to Update Your Solution Maturity and Outdated Processes from Home
With busy schedules, keeping up with the constant changes in our world, and the mix of working remotely at home and in the office, it’s easy to push off enhancement projects to your already working solutions.