Reflect with a Fresh Pair of Eyes

A Fresh Pair of EyesProject Deep Dives

Periodic project assessments (or Deep Dives) are a clever way of avoiding those frustrating and nasty surprises at the end of a project, allowing necessary corrections before it’s too late.  This deep dive analysis is a fundamental part of project governance.  ProjExc have crafted a clear methodology which captures a clear view of both project health and project managment performance.
The ProjExc deep dive process and the resulting report are designed with 2 clear goals:
  1. to coach the project manager into improved project management discipline thus greatly reducing the risk of failure, and
  2. to give project stakeholders a confidential independent report of project status and clear improvement recommendations from the experts.

Independent Governance

Of course you can do deep dives internally, but how many organisations today have the luxury of available credibility and expertise, let alone the willingness to compromise this critical part of corporate governance with potential conflicts of interest?

Supplier Projects

Often organisations have great governance in place for their own internal projects, but have insufficient oversight of supplier/partner projects – this can be a big risk to your success.  ProjExc often perform (or support) 3rd party deep dives which are conducted in such a way as to be supportive and informative.  The reports and agreed actions support win-win trusted relationships and aid shared understanding of priorities at a practical level.

More Information

To find out more about how independent project deep dives might help your business, you can contact ProjExc directly on 0121 222 5744.

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