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Program design and launch

Clear definition, scoping, and agreement on the business problem to be solved or challenge to be met is the foundation stone for any project. We will facilitate this process using a logical, structured approach. This provides your project team with a precise anchor point for detailed work planning and analysis.

For large, complex projects spanning multiple aspects of your business, we can move to the next stage with you to structure the project into streams of work, plan the work, form the project team, and establish governance processes.

In cases where you need to move quickly but do not have the staff readily available to lead the project, we will take on this leadership role for a period, recruit and on-board the new project leadership and then transition out.

The over-use or inappropriate use of consultants can sometimes divert much needed investment away from developing in-house the capabilities which are essential to your business. This is a difficult tradeoff to make especially when timeframes for delivering projects are tight and skills are limited.

Our model is very flexible. As we work with you in boosting your business or projects, we will coach your staff and transition to them as and when appropriate.

By engaging us to support your team, you ensure that your project is well organised, properly governed, running smoothly and productively. Your project risk is minimised and you are set-up for success. We can continue to support your team on an ongoing basis, be available on-call to trouble-shoot, or conduct periodic reviews with the team, prior to key milestones, to ensure their continued success.

Example scenarios:

  • Developing a comprehensive launch plan and business case for new business line, product, or service offering.
  • Undertaking a major transformation project in the business.
  • Undertaking a major ICT project.

"There are risks and costs to a program of action. But they are far less than the long-range risks and costs of comfortable inaction."

John F. Kennedy (1917 - 1963)   

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