Do you need some additional support to start new projects or complete current projects? Having experienced, certified support can kick-start the project to ensure completion on time, on budget and most importantly meeting your goals and objectives. Engaging temporary project management consultants can also help finish those lingering projects so your organization can realize the value.
Below are the most common project management positions to assist you depending upon the size and scope of your project:
PMO Consultant – provides the strategic view of a program or oversees multiple projects to remove roadblocks and ensure communication across IT, business, and leadership teams
Program Manager – coordinates multiple projects to reconcile the interdependencies among the projects and facilities communication among the program’s cross-functional team
Project Manager – oversees a project including developing the project plan, ensuring communication among key stakeholders, providing regular status updates, and identifying and escalating issues and risks
Business Analyst – facilities working sessions with business stakeholders to gather project requirements, translates those requirements into meaningful technical specifications and develops testing use cases to ensure the final project meets business goals and objectives
Project Scheduler – in depth understanding of project management tools to input and maintain the project schedule including resources, start and end dates, percentage complete and various reports
Project Coordinator – acts as a coordinator for smaller projects by tracking details including percentage complete, communications, risks, issues, agendas, and meeting minutes
Dewpoint can provide not only the project management professionals but also the methodology to ensure consistent, repeatable, and documented processes. Rather your need is for one person or a team, click here to learn more about how Dewpoint can help.