We develop with you the strategy, tactics and operational aspects for professional and successful project management. We also offer the success-critical change management through our change pilots.
Use our experts for your projects
Our project managers take on the PM role and ensure the successful execution of your projects - On Time, In Budget-In Scope.
Build your PM team with us
Our experts support you in defining, planning and building your project management and PM team. Agile implementation for rapid benefits and operational support for continuous improvement.
With us you will find the right project manager for your project:
We are enthusiastic practitioners in the field of project management and have been active worldwide as experts in the field of project remediation for many years. The combination of proven procedures with the opportunities of innovative approaches is our strength.
We do not fall for the Methodology Myth or the apparent omnipotence of tools, but know how to use their advantages pragmatically and consistently.
Especially in the area of project performance, we clearly stand out from our competitors. We work with people for people and have repeatedly succeeded in ensuring the trusting cooperation that is critical to the success of any project through open and binding communication, and in securing it in the long term through clear, consistent leadership.
Our employees and partners are certified according to both classic and agile standards and can draw on an extensive repertoire of methods and processes as well as many years of experience in a wide range of industries and sectors:
All too often, there is a belief that methods, processes and tools can solve all problems. Especially in project management, this is a widespread myth. This is not to say that methods, processes and tools are unnecessary. They are necessary and useful. But only if they are used.
A structured approach is an important basis for successful projects. Especially companies with a project-based business model therefore sensibly introduce methods and processes in order to achieve better control and, above all, a higher success rate through this standardization. However, expectations are often disappointed in the process. Why? There are five main reasons for this, which are also mutually dependent and mutually reinforcing.
Often the principle of mass instead of class applies. The well-known and quite sensible standards (PMP, IPMA, Prince2) are very comprehensive. In some companies, this is even surpassed by their own standards. However, if you look at reality, the compliance to these standards is often sobering.
Many standards are simply too extensive, and it is not without reason that agile methods are on the rise. Adaptive and iterative process models have been around for many decades, especially in the well-known standards. What has changed is primarily the vocabulary. The only thing that doesn't really want to happen is success.
Agile methods are not a magic wand either. They pursue important aspects such as continuous improvement with methods and processes that are as simple as possible. However, it is overlooked that these methods require a lot of discipline and are often nothing more than a framework. It is a misconception that this can be introduced so easily and that everything will suddenly run as if by itself.
Most companies are anything but agile. Agile methods require a not inconsiderable rethinking, especially in high and middle management. The agile approaches are often taken ad absurdum here in particular. So-called hybrid approaches are introduced. Unfortunately, the negative aspects of the hybrid partners tend to be combined here, rather than the best of both worlds as desired.
As in so-called classic project management, the same applies in the agile world - transparency is the key to action, without transparency we are condemned to reaction. But transparency also has disadvantages, especially on a personal level. It's about people and your fears, it's about leadership and not hierarchical management, it's about significant change and not about simply introducing a few new processes.