End-to-End Project Management
Involves experts managing the complete lifecycle of a project from the early business analysis stage, to conceptual designing, detailed engineering, design and planning, procurement, delivery and logistics management, vendor and contractor management, site preparation, resource mobilization, turnkey installation, testing, commissioning, training and handover.
Effective project planning, performing project sponsor and stage manager appointments, kickoff planning, project objective and scoping, project scheduling and budgeting, project organization, establishing quality control procedures, control factors, issue resolution procedures, determining breakeven points, analyze risks, and stage assessment all happen at project initiation.
Stage administration, checkpoint cycle, version control, project board meetings, schedules preparation, conduct and follow-up quality reviews, change control, identifying alternatives, assess issue impacts, conduct exception assessment, estimate efforts and resource utilization, change requirement, logistics and crises management are embedded in project control stages.
Preparing product, service and project evaluations, initiate maintenance processes, close outstanding project tasks sheets, conduct project closure meetings, end of project reviews and assessments, updating process metrics, quality assurance checks, and implementing process improvement adjustments constitute the project closure stage.