Cheryl Allen helps her clients implement practical project management processes that support project success by:
- Setting clear business-related project goals
- Building an effective project team
- Creating and using comprehensive and achievable project plans.
You don’t have to be the project manager for a super skyscraper or a major highway improvement project to benefit from the discipline of project management – anyone who is responsible for a temporary effort that creates a unique end result can use project management tools and techniques to improve their success. However, many well-intentioned projects suffer from cost and schedule over-runs and unmet expectations on the part of their key stakeholders. According to the PMI “Pulse of the Profession” published in 2014 organizations lose an average of $109 million for every $1 billion spent on projects!
Projects are successful when they deliver the expected end result in a reasonable time frame, at a reasonable budget, and without burning out the people who work on the project, or the stakeholders who are affected by the project. Effective project management processes based on proven industry best practices save your organization time and money and help you achieve your strategic goals.