Nothing has the ability to throw a well run business off course than a badly run development project.
Managers get sucked in to sorting out problems, staff get demoralized, customers lose faith as quality falls and investors panic as the bottom-line collapses.
Once committed to a development project, businesses need a clear plan for more than just the bricks and mortar part.
In addition to traditional project management functions, businesses should consider the wider impact and the affect on the whole business, including parts of the business that are not directly involved.
ffdl can advise on:
•minimizing business disruption
• setting up internal project management functions
• assessing and managing project risk
• internal and external project communications