Your business sits on vast amounts of data and only through the right analytics can be turned into valuable information.
Whether we support you through an entire project from conception to closing or support you at individual stages, we stay focused on what is important: the objective, time and budget.
While every business is different, the phases of project management are clearly defined; conception, planning, executing, controlling, and closing. Our experience gained through many successful projects and your knowledge of the business will ensure a smooth and efficient project completion.
We help you with initial planning and ideas to create a detailed project plan.
optimise resource allocation, manage risks, identify and address roadblocks, and ensure that dependencies are accounted for. While working to a strict budget and timelines we support your team members and provide good communication, transparency and regular progress updates to sponsors and stakeholders.
We have experience in various project management methodologies:
Agile Development Methodologies
Critical Path Management (CPM)
An incremental and iterative approach to project management. Agile methodologies, like Scrum and Kanban, allow for changing requirements over fixed time periods by using cross-functional teams – incorporating planners, designers, developers and testers – that work on successive iterations of the product. Frequent communication is key and feedback can be incorporated into subsequent iterations.
An acronym for PRojects IN Controlled Environments is a process-based method for effective project management. Used extensively by the UK Government, it is also widely recognised and used in the private sector, both in the UK and internationally. The PRINCE2 method is in the public domain, and offers non-proprietorial best practice guidance on project management.
A project modelling technique that calculates the longest path of planned activities and the earliest and latest that each activity can start and finish without making the project longer. This process determines which activities are critical, i.e. are on the longest path, and which have ‘total float’ and can be delayed without making the project longer. The critical path is the sequence of project network activities which add up to the longest overall duration, regardless if that longest duration has float or not.
The traditional linear project management process involving working through tasks sequentially. Used in projects where each phase is required to be completed before the next since making changes to previous phases would be costly and impractical.