The global marketplace is increasingly impacted by disruptive technologies, business transformation and an ever-increasing focus on improving customer centricity, efficiency and agility. To achieve such transformation, requires change management processes, that deliver project requirements in a way that gets things ‘right first time’ and meets desired timelines and financial budgets.
This requires effective management of the risks of change, from project initiation, delivery and closure. It is fundamental to ensure that the project management philosophy, culture, disciplines and practices best fit your organisation and project needs.
How we can help
We have experienced professionals in change risk management, that are used to supporting change activity, whether technology or non-technology related. We can help with:
- Designing or assessing your change/ transformation project management governance and framework;
- Undertaking a project readiness assessment, to ensure the project is lined up to succeed, including assessing the quality of your Project Management office, business requirements documentation and approval process, clarity of success criteria and whether the culture for change will support the project’s successful outcome;
- Supporting your project throughout its life-cycle, through; (i) resource support for your project management, facilitating project governance and project reporting/ progress tracking and risk/ issues management; and (ii) project assurance reviews, assessing and benchmarking the quality of your project governance and management against industry practices; and
- Undertaking pre/ post implementation reviews, including: (i) assessing the effectiveness of the handover from the project team to ongoing business ownership; (ii) facilitating post-project debriefs (lessons learned); (iii) benefits realisation reviews; and (iv) the clarity of ongoing management and monitoring of ‘business as usual’ activities to ensure the ongoing success of the outcome against the original project vision and business requirements.