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Many companies face a great deal of pressure in initiating and completing projects and in streamlining the company’s processes. In addition, management often want their employees to increase their competencies at the same time.

Statement by a manager at Systematic A/S: “Every time a colleague completes a project, he/she must be more valuable to us.”

HOW DO YOU INCREASE THE COMPANY’S EFFICIENCY AND ITS EMPLOYEES’ COMPETENCIES AT THE SAME TIME?

Modern companies require efficiency and profitability in a world where competition constantly increases. This means you need to choose efficient methods and effective tools along the way, to ensure that the company remains efficient and that employees thrive, which in turn increases competitiveness.

We provide a number of services that can support your company in many ways:

Efficient Management and Effective Analyses

  • Efficient project management – Via a certified project manager.
  • Robust estimation – Introduction to the Successive Principle using the Intelligent Estimation technique.
  • The world’s best method for making estimates – Gain control of budgets and schedules.
  • Establisment and risks assessment of business cases – Create an overview and optimise the business case, providing better EBIT.
  • Technical analyses – FEMAs, Risk analyses, etc.

Insight, communication and reflection

  • Communication – Transactional Analysis model, Enneagram of Personality.
  • Exchanging and sounding out of ideas – As a project manager, department manager, manager or employee, enjoy the benefits of exchanging and sounding out ideas.
  • Coaching – Acquire an impartial coach and ensure that you get the best reflection processes for you and your employees.
  • Valuable presentations – Inspiring dialogue and presentations using a practical approach to daily work.

Lau Tze: ‘He who knows others is wise. He who knows himself is enlightened.’

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VISUAL PLANNING CREATES AN EFFECTIVE PLAN

Visual planning involves project participants personally making their own project plan.

First, the project is effectively estimated via the Successive Principle, i.e. the project deliverables are budgeted.

Next, the group makes a project plan, in a very basic and practical way using Post-it sticky notes on a wide poster, where the project participants across the professional groups set out the duration of the deliverables.

Lastly, the deliverables are moved around, so that the project participants are allocated optimally during the process.

In many cases this has proven to be efficient, gives ownership and motivates the project team.

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ROBUST BUDGETS DELIVER MORE COMPANY PROFITS AND SATISFIED EMPLOYEES

Many different types of companies discover that budgets and plans go awry, and it happens often with major public sector construction projects and IT projects.

The Norwegian Government has made it compulsory by law that all major public sector projects must be estimated using the Successive Principle (known in Norway as ‘Anslagsmetoden’). This has meant that up to 80% of major tunnel, motorway and IT Infrastructure projects have complied with their budgets and stayed within their deadlines – compared to the previous figure of 10–20%!

Norwegian AF Gruppen, a major contracting and industrial group introduced the method in 2006. After three years, the group had increased its EBIT from 2.5 % to 5.8 %, primarily because of the method, while at the same time the group doubled its profits. Extremely thought-provoking stuff! This should inspire the senior management and company directors of any company.

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