Project management

“A project is a plan that is essentially characterized by the uniqueness of the conditions in their entirety, such as: target setting, time, financial, personnel or other conditions, delimitations from other projects and project-specific organization.” (DIN 69901)
And how much your organization suffers from “projectitis” … when everything becomes a project and nobody comes to “normal work” …

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“Not because it’s difficult, we don’t dare
but because we don’t dare, it’s difficult. “
(Lucius Annaeus Seneca, Roman philosopher)

Starting point and objective

Projects are the supreme discipline of systemic organizational considerations in companies. That’s only natural. To do this, you have to know and understand what projects are.

In many organizations it can be observed that it is not at all clear what classic “line tasks” are and what a project is. This difference often decides whether a project is successful or not. And then often nobody is behind it. In the case of the idea, yes, when it comes to planning, approval, implementation and troubleshooting … then again it was nobody, and everyone is busy hiding behind the activities of “normal everyday work”. The projects are quietly and secretly buried under a huge mountain of costs. Those who have been told dead live longer – and the next project is supposed to come along again.

Why is project management so difficult? Why is management so difficult? So if you do not master management as a manager in the line organization, where there are clear superiors / subordination, sanctions that you can use and clear established processes that provide structure, you will not be successful in project management. Because here one sets a project organization over the so-called “rule organization” (line organization) over the hierarchies, where innovation, team spirit, professionalism, resource awareness, etc. is demanded of the project employees. That sounds almost “virtual” – the reality can be recognized by the mountain of costs and the waste of resources in failed projects.

That you can learn project management as a craft and leadership as an attitude is self-explanatory. That it takes practice and a little intuition, but above all good planning and a lot of discipline is also clear. And then you can often avoid them, the classic mistakes such as:

  • Something is made into the project that is not a project
  • There is no clear client who stands behind the project
  • No capable project team is put together
  • no resources (time, money, employees, etc.) are made available
  • There is no clear start, no realistic end, too little buffer, no capacities, no planning, no monitoring, …
  • There is no realistic schedule, no milestones, no exit scenarios …
  • No clear benefit for the project team and the organization is communicated at the start of the project / “kick-off”
  • There is a lack of project management skills (leadership experience, processes, tools, etc.)
  • It is not being followed up
  • Nobody works goal-oriented
  • There are conflicts that are ignored and dealt with
Do you see one or the other hurdle in your projects from this list, which can be continued for quite a long time? Then contact us! Whether design, planning, communication, workshops, temporary project management, etc. – we support you.

How do you get our project services?

Would you like to approach a project professionally? You are stuck in the middle of a project that is about to fail, but you want to save it. Do you have a lot of projects running, none successfully completed and meanwhile lost track of the big picture? Would you like to train your employees and managers in efficient project management? Do you need temporary resources in the area of project management? That is why we are here.

contact

Contact us and let us know where we can support you with your project. We look forward to you!

Order clarification & design

As part of the order clarification meeting, we can determine whether, how & where we can support you.

Project implementation phase

We help you that your projects, based on correct planning, are finalized in a targeted manner in terms of time, resources and costs.