Project Management


Having understood your goals, our project managers make them their vision. They don’t just resort to the obvious (delivering on time, on budget, within scope) but always maintain focus on your needs – usually exceeding expectations while they’re at it.

Cost Management
Used wisely, it always pays; but it pays most when conditions are at their worst. 

Beware the Unintended


The greatest lesson in life is to know that even fools are right sometimes


Quality Management
Having good quality NEVER cost the organization anything – only poor quality does.

Interview: Ainstainer. Poor quality of software



Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.


Communication Management
If project staff do not know what their tasks are, or how to accomplish them, then the entire project will grind to a halt. If you do not know what the project staff are (not) doing then you will be unable to monitor project progress. And if you are uncertain of what the customer expects of you, then the project will not even get off the ground.

Presentation: Gamification as a Tool to Promote Cultural Understanding in Projects

Get Support


Building sustainable cities - and a sustainable future - will need open dialogue among all branches of national, regional and local government. And it will need the engagement of all stakeholders - including the private sector and civil society, and especially the poor and marginalized.

Ban Ki-moon

Time Management
Knowing when things will be ready and keeping to this schedule can truly make or break the long-term success of this project. If your time management system requires a flowchart, it is probably too complicated for everyday use.
Scope Management
So what if we add a few hours here and there? Does it make such a big difference? Oh, yes it does. If the stakeholders know they can add functionality or make changes to the time line without any repercussions, they will continue to do it.

Flex Your Risk Muscle


Anxiety’s like a rocking chair. It gives you something to do, but it doesn't get you very far

Jodi Picoult

Risk Management
Mitigating risk is not about being afraid of the unknown.

It is about knowing about risks before they arise. Would you rather not know, or be prepared for the worst?

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