Project Management Training & Consulting

by Suzanne S. Davenport
Author and
project advisor

the issue &

how smart projex helps

Are your projects failing, missing deadlines and falling increasingly behind, or are projects failing to deliver the planned benefits?

Time is the one resource that you can’t create or recover.

step 1.

define the struggle

Every project struggle is different. Take our FREE project pitfalls quiz to see where your project could be most at risk.

In business do you find your project teams struggling with:

  • Scope creep, often caused by smart people coming up with great ideas, day after day…
  • People working tirelessly, and often going down expensive rabbit holes…
  • Contracted workers running projects into the red before anyone knows…
  • Projects with little vision or that don’t align with your business strategy…

Smart Projex is a new way of approaching project management. Focus on building teams that know

how to deliver results that matter!

    Proven methods that take the chaos out of projects
    Starting a project “smart” boosts project results
    I help you analyze your projects and stay on track
    Grow respectful, caring, and accountable leaders
    Build joyful teams that regularly deliver real value

step 2.

fix it with suzanne

Projects follow a methodology. With a free 15 minute consult, I can tell you where your project could benefit from the methodology and suggest tools and a strategy to get you back on track.


hi! i’m suzanne

Professional project manager and founder of Smart Projex. I bring decades of business, project, academic, and life experiences to my passion for reimagining project management for the 21st century.

The science behind effective leadership and redefining project management

In her new book Herding Smart Cats: Project Management Reimagined, Suzanne S. Davenport argues that the technologies and tools that got us where we are today won’t get us where we want to be in the future.

the latest


I’m passionate about project management and publish often on my blog.

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