Don’t Leave It To Chance: Start Your Project Well!

Those of you who are regular readers here may have learned about the high incidences of organisations that start change initiatives poorly and never recover.

There are causal relationships between lack of thoroughness and robustness in designing and managing change and transition and the extent to which the originally intended benefits are realised.

Mediocre or weak performance in operational running is alas all too frequent as a result.

Now coming from a long career in Government I was “blessed” to be equipped with many a Project and Programme Management toolkit to assist in scoping and delivering change initiatives.

Of course many an organisation will not be so well equipped, and so it was with that in mind that I set myself the challenge of designing tools to assist leaders to manage change projects better.

One of the results is my full day workshop “Start Your Project Well” and I’m delighted to say that this action learning based workshop is gaining traction in the marketplace.

The benefits of attending this workshop include:

  • Tools and Techniques that help you start your project well
  • Builds confidence in Project Management
  • You get to practice in your real project environment
  • You start to build your own plan during the workshop
  • An opportunity to stand back and plan
  • An early project team-building opportunity (for multiple delegate workshops)

Successful Business Change Management is about planning well, plotting progress, learning lessons and remedying them, great delivery and implementation; and tracking and optimising benefits in live running.

Don’t leave it to chance.  Don’t run the risks of having to call in a costly project turnaround expert   Get your project off to a great start and help it succeed.

Get in touch now to find out more about Starting Your Project Well.


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