The Verification Process: Initial Analysis through to Project Delivery
This is a continuous process – rather than a one-off piece – and allows us to track all changes to the baseline requirements and the potential impact to cost and schedule.
We regularly verify our work to ensure that not only is the project on track to its deliverables, but that we can quickly pick up on any anomalies along the way; helping us to take a proactive, rather than reactive approach.
The first step in our project management process is the initial analysis of the business or project’s needs and requirements. By working with the project team to understand the scope, timeframes, costs and project lifecycles, we can start to build a plan based on our initial strategic assessment.
Operational Solution Definition
The next step in our process is to define the solutions required. Whether it’s a single solution or several solutions working in tandem, this step allows us to build an operational plan for sign-off.
Project Scope Definition
The third step in the process is to define the scope of the project, including timeframes and costings. It’s at this point that we can create a plan to cover the project lifecycle or individual requirements as needed, and to outline the steps we will take and resources we will use.
The Validation Process: Project Delivery through to Delivery of Business Needs
The final steps along the process is to validate regularly as we complete each project, integrate and deliver the business needs. As each project and phase comes to an end, we validate this to ensure that they each align with the original scope, plan and expected outputs.
As each project completes, we check it back to the outcome against the project scope definition.
When a programme or system is integrated, we validate it against the operational solution definition, to make sure that the output matches the definition.
Delivery of Business Needs
Once the project is delivered, we map this against the initial analysis of business needs and requirements – making it an ongoing process to ensure that the final outcomes are consistent with the initial overall project scope and requirements and deliver the benefits.
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Integrated Programme Control (IPC)
Integrating the fundamental aspects of your project including: scope, schedule, cost, risk, change, quality and resources.