Portfolio – Program – Project Review & Recovery
Is your Portfolio – Program – Project on the road to failure or already failed?
We can help. We have the experienced Project / Program Managers who can help your project get back on track.
Project failure can be costly and time consuming to your organization and prevent you from achieving your goals and objectives. Programs & Projects fail for many reasons, including:
- Scope Creep
- Poor requirements definition
- Inexperienced Project Manager(s)
- Inexperienced team
- Poor communication
- Insufficient business sponsorship
- Focus on technology rather than results
- An outsourcing project that has been undertaken without defining an appropriate mode, partnership approach and service level agreement
Project Masters’ products and services are aimed at taking all the necessary steps to enhance project and program delivery, and therefore preventing project failure, we can help you rescue your project or program by:
- Step 1: Perform Project – Program Assessment
- Step 2: Present Findings, recommendations
- Step 3: Develop Recovery Plan
- Step 4: Implement Recovery Plan
Step 1: Project Masters’ team will conduct a review of the project situation. We review the Project Management Plan for:
- Communication Plan
- Change Management Plan
- Work Breakdown Structure
- Project Reports
- Business Case
- Risk Plan
- Quality Plan
- Resource Plan
One-to-one interviews will be conducted with key personnel such as project board members, the project sponsor, project managers, program manager, key project team members, project support officers and business managers. The one-to-one meetings and the documentation / process reviews will be looking at the adequacy of the various processes, procedures, plans specifications etc. to deliver project success. Our entire focus will be on how the project can be recovered to deliver true benefit to the customers in a cost effective manner.
Step 2: We will present a detailed report identifying our findings and prioritized recommendations. We will work with you to implement these recommendations to put together the best action plan for your organization.
Step 3: preparation of a recovery plan -defines what has to be done, by when and who will do it.
Step 4: Project Masters’ rescue team will implement the agreed upon recovery plan.