At the beginning of a successful project / programme is setting the right course. Tiba helps you define and reach your goals and milestones, and to take the right steps. Let us together take your project / programme to a successful completion.
You want to set the course for a complex project in such a way that the expectations of the stakeholders are fulfilled.
How can I set the right course from the outset for an important project? And what does a suitable structural and procedural organisation look like?
How can I – even before embarking on a complex project – integrate external project management expertise, so as to have a better chance of reaching my goals?
How do I secure external support to benefit from project management expertise and cross-industry best practices for my project?
Your project is not running according to plan but the problems and causes are not clearly communicated.
Projects and project offices can be challenging. We support you with external espertise, face staff shortages and specialists with industry and Project Management experience. We help you creating transparency as an essential basis for sustainable management decisions. Our data and tool-driven approach provides you with powerful, user-friendly tools and proven methods for building an efficient project community and a reliable knowledge base. Measurable results for your project success and benefits are our top priority.
The introduction of a PM standard for customer projects led to clearly defined responsibilities and interdisciplinary team work with reduced losses in quality or through friction. This was achieved through the dynamic and flexible PM standard PRINCE2 as support tool, so that we could realise an increase in orders for plant construction.
The adoption of a project system across all areas meant that interdisciplinary team work became alive. This led to enhanced customer orientation.
For the small site they created a slimline PM concept with compact guide and a project cockpit which was successfully adopted into the regular routine operations. We could thus reduce losses through friction in project work and further enhance quality. It shifted the perception of PM to acceptance locally and beyond.
The self-organising teams that were created led to enhanced transparency in the team. This enabled staff to better prioritise projects and tasks and to work more creatively within the security of the set parameters.
A 10-step-guide to organizational agility
VUCA, new work, digitalization – Many trends of the past few years caused fundamental changes in corporate strategies. Suddenly it was all about implementing agile methods in projects and organizations as quickly as possible to remain competitive and successful. Individual kanban boards were created, agile task forces were founded, and teams were trained – but all too often without the desired effect. In this webinar, we will address this problem to explain how agile transformation can fail. Additionally, we will provide you with a 10-step guide to organizational agility.