Project Management

In recent years, an enormous emphasis has been put on project engineering and many relevant topics such as communication, controlling and organization have been worked out to the finest detail. Many ignored the fact that a sophisticated technology can not do justice to people in their complex social behavior. That's why we have to ask ourselves the following questions:

That's why we need to ask ourselves the following questions:

  • Is the project team highly motivated?
  • Does it know the vision and the benefit of the project?
  • Are the roles in the team with tasks, competences and responsibilities given?
  • Is the project team in the company well integrated and does the resource allocation in the matrix organizations work?
  • Does communication work within the project team and the rest of the company?

Project management is primarily teamwork. Once the team has been formed and a project is set in motion, there are almost no limits for the team. Often, a project also involves change management. Any change is a challenge for a system. We want to meet this challenge professionally, so that the project is successful.