Project Management

Isn’t almost everything that goes on in organizations nowadays a project of sorts? Is there still such a thing as a permanent organizational form in view of the numerous changes which take place in shorter amounts of time? Does your company always know when someone is working on a project and reports back to the project manager about it? What about this person’s regular duties within the company hierarchy? Do you know exactly when they report back to their supervisor in the permanent organization about these duties?

Even if employee obligations get confused and this results in high secondary costs – there are more of them than ever before – those temporary, unique, risky, new, complex challenges that are specific to projects outside the scope of the permanent organization. To turn these challenges into success stories requires specially delegated operational and organizational structure. Sometimes these challenges use up all of the available resources.

When you know how to do the following things, you can increase the chances of project success significantly:

  • Convey know-how for successful project management,
  • Offer support in specific situations which jeopardize projects or which help them to achieve a breakthrough, and
  • Put together strong project teams in which everyone knows what their role is and these roles are interlinked.

I am happy to offer my services in the form of know-how, drive, and useful interventions so that you meet your objectives.