Delivering a project is not easy. In fact, 70% of projects fail to deliver their objectives. It is therefore imperative that you have a skilled and experienced project manager who can guide your projects to success.
At Nine Feet Tall we know what it takes to deliver programmes and projects successfully. We have vast experience of delivering complex projects which require changes to technology, people and processes.
An effective project management approach is vital in securing a successful outcome. If you have a tricky programme that is stagnating or just not delivering at pace, or if you are about to embark on a new programme, Nine Feet Tall can help.
Project management consultancy
Nine Feet Tall’s project management consultants deliver programmes and projects on time, within budget and with full quality assurance.
We help organisations in the full project lifecycle, from initial feasibility and business case development, through to design, test, train, implementation, and benefits realisation.
With so many things that can derail a project, we proactively manage risks such as scope creep, management of third partners, management of IT teams, and effective change management to ensure new ways of working are adopted.
We have a leading programme toolkit providing the right governance, tools and templates. Ultimately ensuring there is control, transparency and pace of delivery. We can bring the right governance & project methodology for each project and client – whether that is Agile, Lean, Waterfall or a blend.
We operate at all levels of a project, and it starts with people. Establishing the right programme leadership and sponsorship, ensuring the SMEs in the business have a stake in the programme. Then it is all about creating a high performing project team. Often there are different teams, departments and third parties involved, and everyone needs to be aligned and working together like a well-oiled machine. And finally, engagement with the business and users is critical especially if ways of working will change as a result of the project.
Once you have addressed the people, it is imperative that you have the right governance, processes and tools. Only 40% of project and program governance activities of organisations are considered very effective, according to a report*.