There seems to be a difference between what people think project management is
and how they go about managing projects. Our view is pretty simple. We see the project
as a finite piece of work that delivers a result - often solving a business problem.
It rarely is IT alone and often IT takes a reasonably small percentage of both the
time and the cost ( somewhere in the region of 20%).
So when we advise on projects, we advise on the process. We help our clients focus
in on the problem ( which is often different to the one that they thought they were solving)
and then we fous on getting the planned results. In our view the sponsor owns the
problems and agrees the solution, the project manager then manages to the result.
The first question anyone should ask is "Did we solve the problem"?
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