Procurement foundation – for IT projects

The procurement foundation contains essential elements that must be defined and accepted amongst key stakeholders of a procurement project prior to starting the procurement process. The more impact the IT system has in an organisation, the more important the foundation becomes.

This article provides a simple and powerful approach to establish a solid procurement foundation for IT procurement projects.

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Reverse engineering project initiation

One of the continuous major challenges for project managers is getting sufficient resources with needed competences. This is particular apparent in the project initiation or when taking over an existing project.

This article discusses a “reverse engineering”-approach to solving this challenge, which will make you gain momentum, deliver results fast and build a happy project team.

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People, purpose and leadership – key drivers for success in projects

The evolution of the way we do projects have been very slow when compared to e.g. the parallel evolution in technology. A project is rarely “by the book” simply because projects are complex by nature and thus there is no straight road to success.

This article discusses the historic drivers for success in projects and suggests the upcoming drivers that increase the chance of project success.

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