Category: Case Study
Capability Enhancement Programme for TfL
Take a look below at the workflow of our Capability Enhancement Programme for Transport for London (TfL).
The entire programme consisted of 40 individual projects, and Subash created, implemented and enforced a ‘V-Cycle’ approach to manage the requirements of each project. Starting with the initial analysis of the project needs and requirements, each smaller project went through the same project lifecycle stages. From initial analysis, to an operational solution definition, project scope and regular validation checkpoints along the way.
Throughout the entire project, each individual project needed a plan and a design and procurement phase, followed by a build and commission phase. To keep everything on track and aligned, each phase of the process was backed-up with continuous monitoring of control costs and progress; making Subash’s crucial role a cross between traditional project management and programme management methodologies.
The V-Cycle element for this particular project meant that there was ongoing validation and verification throughout and, after each project was completed, integrated into the wider network and delivered, that the next stage of the project could begin successfully.
This is one of many of our approaches to best-practice project management, and has been designed to be applicable to large-scale projects at all stages of the project lifecycle; whether we implement the V-Cycle process from the planning phase, or use it to refine a project and its progress once it has begun.