Projects represent a significant tool used by organizations to move the organization, fix problems, and develop new products/ideas. Projects consume a large proportion of an organization's resources. If projects are managed better, time, money and resources are conserved and time to market either internally or externally is enhanced. The reality is that most projects have issues that can be improved.
Projects have goals, resources, timelines, budgets, and complex interactions with internal and external stakeholders. Most projects struggle to meet any of these objectives.
Paul's deep experience in managing, evaluating, and rapidly fixing projects can get your project back on track and start delivering the ROI that sold the project in the beginning.