Non-Technical Project Management

Customized and “Light”

  • Many practitioners bring a “best practices” approach to project management, which often results in a number of ill-fitting practices being applied.
  • We believe the greatest value lies in designing and implementing a small number of high-quality, critical practices that fit your situation. These practices require education, follow-up, and coaching to be fully adopted before more advanced methods are attempted.
  • There is a point of diminishing returns beyond which ever-more-complicated processes are implemented without the appropriate resources, and the result is unnecessary cost, wasted effort, and staff disengagement.
  • Our approach is especially suited to small and medium-sized projects and organizations, where there might not be as much formal project management training or experience.