Our Project Management Philosophy
Project management is traditionally defined as the organized planning
and managing of all work tasks and resources associated with accomplishing
a specific business goal or set of objectives. Project work is clearly
distinguished from other normal business processes by having clearly defined
time, cost and quality constraints. That is to say a project has a distinct
beginning and end date, a limited budget and an expected outcome that is ultimately
judged by the ‘project customer’.
Companies continuously undertake projects as a means of creating new products or
services to bring about financial return or other beneficial improvement to the
business. They assign these project goals to Project Managers who routinely employ
the principles of traditional project management practice.
Unfortunately, despite all the best intentions and management effort this traditional
approach does not guarantee project success. In fact industry statics reveal that
most projects are historically late, over budget and deliver less than what was
anticipated by the investors.
ALIPRO Project Management Philosophy fundamentally addresses what is missing from
the traditional project management approach.
ALIPRO aligns project time, cost and quality constraints, and business resources
to deliver real Return on Investment goals. After all, when the business invests in a
project, they are actually investing in their business future. Understanding and
quantifying and managing this future deliverable from a Return on Investment perspective
is requisite for project success.