Updated 5 May, 2017

.:. PROJECT MANAGEMENT .:.
Projects fail most often because:
The expected benefits were not correctly quantified
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The project scope was not correctly understood, quantified and controlled
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The project was implemented in a big bang fashion and not chunked into logical and achievable units (bite off as much as you can chew)
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The project was implemented without the required skills
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The project implementation did not incorporate adequate change management strategies
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Project and process measures were not in place
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Project management was poor

Failed projects exhibit all or many of the above symptoms, but the most important flaw in failed rolex replica is the lack of or poor project management. Good project management will ensure that the other critical issues do not exist or are quantified and contained.

Why does your organisation need professional project manage-ment?
Contrary to many perceptions, project management does not only have rolex replica uk within large organisations, for example in construction and technology, but also pertains to improvements within your business replica watches sale the taking on of new clients, simple efficiencies and cost improvements.

 

Globally the trend is "projectise" all work to ensure that standards and processes are effectively measured and controlled. In fact, all the rolex replica sale aspects of good project management are brought to bear on an organisation.

If you are considering a change in your organisation or are contemplating the implementation of a new technology or process, you need professional project management. Investing in good project management invariably offers a good return due to shorter project times (i.e. benefits are realised quicker), minimising of risk, and cost saving due to on budget delivery. A well managed project ensures that value is embedded permanently into your organisation.

Why Discovery Business Solutions?
Discovery's proven methodology brings any project, from large scale implementation to small business improvements, to successful conclusion. This methodology is applied to all projects, independent of industry, since successful project management depends not on the type of project but on consistently applying the right methodologies.

What to do next
Contact Discovery for a meeting to discuss your most critical concerns or your envisaged projects, or particularly your current projects that seem not to deliver as originally expected. A short discussion will establish whether Discovery can deliver solutions.

Thereafter, Discovery will undertake an assessment of the issues in the client site to provide a hard basis from which to demonstrate potential improvement. This deliverable will provide the basis to contract Discovery or not.

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Methodology

P H A S E
1
Information
Gathering and Assessment
P H A S E
2
Analysis
and Solution Conceptulisation
P H A S E
3
Design and
Business Case Construction
P H A S E
4
Implementation
and
Deployment
P H A S E
5
Institutionalisation
and
Maintenance
P H A S E
6
Post implementation
Review (PIR) and Measurement
Gather all relevant information
Interview key players
Analyse information
Identify gaps
Conceptualise solution
Design solution
Build business case
Obtain agreement for business case from client
Set and agree project checkpoints
Implement solution
Manage change
Hand over to solution and process owners
Fine-tune solution
Perform post implementation review
Create and embed process measure-ments in client's information set
Project related information obtained
Key player involvement and exceptions clarified
Documented solution concept
Detailed business implemented
Delivery on time within budget
Solution implemented
Delivery on time within budget
Value is permanently embedded into client's organisation
Measurement framework for monitoring and controlling performance

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