In traditional project management, projects have four phases: initiation, planning, implementation and completion. These phases are typical of stable and unambiguous project situations that can be planned sufficiently deterministically. Typical project topics include organizational projects with an implementation date (“Day 1”) and in which implementation steps and tasks can be determined relatively precisely in advance. Our post-initiation services typically include:
Based on strategic preliminary considerations (e.g. acquisition or spin-off decision, cost or performance goals), we develop a suitable implementation concept in cooperation with our customers. To do this, the operational target image or the target status must first be defined and compared with the initial situation. Then fields of action are derived, the scope of the project is defined, implementation goals are defined, tasks are planned, responsibilities are assigned, and the timeline and framework conditions of the implementation are set.
Implementation of the implementation project
In the next step, we accompany our customers in implementing their project. We detail the project tasks, check results, track project progress, record risks and need for decisions, make decisions, define measures and plan implementation steps. With our integrated project and change management (acondas PCM), we ensure project progress and guarantee that all relevant stakeholders are brought on board and integrated early on.
We achieve the desired goals in close cooperation with the customer’s employees from project and line organization. To ensure that the desired changes are fully accepted and acted on by all employees of the organization, we support our customers with communication tasks, conduct training courses and accompany new processes and systems in test and regular operation.