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Management of change

Defining the “What” & the “Why”

We work with clients to determine the Programme or Project Requirements, which in turn lead to the definition of specifications for procurement.

We have extensive experience to assist in creating Business cases to ensure that the cost of the programme/project is justified by the benefits and deliverables.

Professional Delivery

Staff at Strategy Services can provide advice or directly manage your programme or projects. Please contact us if you require these services

Programme management is the co-ordinated organisation, direction and implementation of a portfolio of projects and activities that together achieve outcomes and realise benefits that are of strategic importance. It is the delivery of change in the form of outcomes and benefits.

Project Management is the delivery of the full set of requirements to time, cost, quality and risk constraints

Change management involves programmes of work affecting organisational structure and the people within. It is very often associated with the introduction of, or changes to, IT systems with its associated business process changes, or to new product launches. When faced with an exciting goal and a clear way to contribute, people can be surprisingly open to change.

A Programme Management Office (PMO) will provide the Board with the knowledge of what projects are delivering when, what benefits will arise and who is responsible for delivering the value. Can you survive without one?

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Turnaround of failing programmes & programme re-launch

Associated with Programme or Project Assurance Reviews, it is establishing what is going wrong and finding a pathway to putting the programme or project back onto a robust delivery roadmap.

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