Our consultants will apply our vetted and tested evaluation methods to analyze what went wrong. Then we implement countermeasures and corrective actions to steer the project back in the right direction. We have the experience, and we can share it – so that you don’t have to go through that steep learning curve.
Is your IT project on track?
Managing an IT project is not an easy task. As if budget, personnel, and time restraints were not enough, many other factors play a role in determining success or failure. We have seen it all:
- Overstaffed projects
- Poor communication
- Changes in requirements
- Changes in specifications
- Mismanaged scope creep
- Financial overruns
Despite the best efforts of the PMO, projects often go off course. Did you know that only 2.5% of IT projects report a 100% success rate? An eye-opening statistic. Many project teams don’t have the right tools to deal with the challenges and problems they will face as the completion deadline draws nearer.
A derailed IT project is a painful experience for everyone involved. For one, it is demotivating to the project management team. Frustration and fear of failure can create a toxic environment that will magnify existing problems. As a company, there can be a significant financial risk in mismanaged or failed IT projects. It is a costly learning curve and a steep one.
Does this sound familiar? Before you write off your project as a sunk cost – let us help you bring it back on track. Our English-Japanese bilingual consultants will apply our vetted and tested evaluation methods to analyze what went wrong. Then we implement countermeasures and corrective actions to steer the project back in the right direction. We take the time to explain to stakeholders what went wrong, why it went wrong, and how to avoid future pitfalls. We have the experience, and we can share it – so that you don’t have to go through that steep learning curve.
Is your project in trouble?
Our consultants will make an all-encompassing assessment of the project before making suggestions. Each organization has its own definition for a troubled or failed project. You need to decide if you are going through a bumpy patch or if you are facing serious issues that put the entire project at risk.
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