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Program and Project Management.

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Program Management Office (PMO)

Whether your PMO is a few persons acting as “program support” or a large team of individuals scattered nationally, we can support your specific program’s needs.

  • Set up tools and standards for managing the program;
  • Plan, track, and report on outputs and outcomes;
  • Information and logistics management;
  • Financial planning and tracking ;
  • Track Risks and Issues;
  • Manage cross-project interdependencies;
  • Set quality control standards and tracking implementation;
  • Set and track change control procedures;
  • Develop stakeholders’ map, defining the interest of each group;
  • Plan and execute communication plans to stakeholders.
  • Provide strategic overview and reporting on all programs to senior management;
  • Provide in-house consultancy to projects and programs;
  • Providing training to projects and programs management teams; and
  • Conduct audit and health checks on projects and programs.

Program Management

Our Program Managers  have strong practical experience in project management, gained through managing large and complex projects. They are PMI-certified with experience managing programs with spend of greater than $250 million per year. Our Program Manager understand your program objectives, provide strong leadership and management skills, and find innovative ways to solve problems.

  • Daily program management throughout the program life cycle;
  • Define the program governance (controls);
  • Plan the overall program and monitor the progress;
  • Manage the program’s budget;
  • Manage risks and issues and taking corrective measurements;
  • Coordinate the projects and their interdependencies;
  • Manage and utilize resources across projects;
  • Manage stakeholders’ communication;
  • Align the deliverables (outputs) to the program’s “outcome” with the aid of the business change manager; and
  • Manage the main program documentations such as the program initiation document.

Project Management

Our Project Managers are PMI and/or Agile-certified and service as your change agent.  They are comfortable with change and complexity in dynamic environments.  Our PMs manage all areas within the project management domain – from initiation to closure.

  • Plan and define scope
  • Activity planning and sequencing
  • Resource planning
  • Develop schedules
  • Time estimates
  • Cost estimates
  • Budget development
  • Documentation
  • Create charts and schedules
  • Risk analysis
  • Manage Risks and Issues
  • Monitor and report progress
  • Team leadership
  • Control  quality
  • Benefits realization