Project Strategy Consultation
New projects, audacious goals, and lofty dreams can leave teams asking: "Where do we even start?" By asking the right questions and working through the iterative process of listening, responding, and refining, Project Strategists help teams think through the right next steps, breaking down projects into manageable, bite-sized pieces.
By using visual tools, such as gantt charts and roadmaps, and setting up expectations around communication and transparency, Project Strategists ensure that everyone is on the same page, moving in the same direction, toward a common outcome.
Spread too thin. Spinning too many plates. Robbing Peter to pay Paul. No matter the idiom, the outcome is the same: an overwhelmed, overworked, and overstretched team. We can help.
Through project management, we help organizations reach big goals with a small investment of time, capital, and personnel. We do this by working closely with the team and understanding the strategy behind their plan. We are then able to manage the details with trust, respect, and clear communication, all while allowing key stakeholders the space to focus on what's most valuable for them.
Walt Disney once said, “Whatever you do, do it well. Do it so well that when people see you do it they will want to come back and see you do it again and they will want to bring others and show them how well you do what you do.”
We believe in doing events well, and whether an event is a year away or a month away, we can help. By recognizing the key components behind a successful event, in combination with the fundamentals of project management, we come alongside teams to understand their vision, audience, timeline, and budget and ensure that each are managed using proven processes and approaches.
Project Management Coaching
Successful people and successful organizations do consistently what others only do occasionally.
Through guidance and coaching, we come alongside individuals and teams to create a consistent, self-sustaining culture of project management within their organization. By first understanding the unique challenges within a team, we are then able to equip them with the principles of project management, focusing on the importance of the systems and processes that promote communication, efficiency, and transparency.