Author: Suzanne S. Davenport
Long before Covid-19 hit, many organizations faced rapid change, confusion about what to do next, and an increasing need to make changes in order to compete more effectively. Are you one of them?
You may have heard about project management for years. Perhaps your project managers are well-trained, or maybe not, but are they getting the executive and financial support they need? Are your projects linked to your strategy or mission? Are your teams delivering value regularly and rapidly? Do you know which projects are creating the most value for your bottom line?
Do you have a clear handle on the critical deadlines, so that you can quickly adapt when the need arises? Are the people assigned to your activities working effectively and efficiently so that projects are delivered without unnecessary waste?
Are your teams pivoting so fast that nausea is setting in? Agily is critical but unmanaged change is nothing more than chaos. You need a methodology for managing projects that works in changing times. That’s what we’re in, and that’s not going to change anytime soon.
Are you working on projects that don’t fit neatly into one of those perfectly aligned and beautifully colored Gantt charts? Many, maybe most of them don’t – and the makers of that Gantt chart software won’t tell you why.
Some projects are more complex than others. And those projects often leave teams flying by the seat of their pants. Do your teams really know what is happening? And can they execute your projects in accordance with limited cash flows when needed?
In this short white paper, I will share with you:
- Why You Need to Rethink Your Project Management Efforts
- How Smart Projex is Different and Why it Works
- Five Key Actions Leaders Can Take Now to Improve Project Success
- Five Ways Teams Can Improve Project Success