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Project Management Consultancy

LMC Learning provides an excellent value in change penetration in organisations keen to provide a system of conformity or a standard, because of our focus in providing learning first to change agents and key individuals of the organisation.

In any project, the consultancy startup is the riskiest, and LMC Learning adopts a subtle but certain "buy-in" approach among staffs. For instance in a Project Management project, the consultant will commence with staff within departments who appreciates the role of Project Management system and processes, or staff having attended Project Management courses. Getting "buy-in" from these departments and staff is most likely, thus making the job of the consultant easier and efficient, and with little or no resistance. A successful completion of one such department will be a positive influence to obtain the same "buy-in" from skeptics.

The methodology adopted for use in the consultancy process follows the proprietary Six Systems Organisation Model. This model conceptually and accurately identifies the six dynamic and inter-linked systems in any organisation. This is the nature of system dynamics and systems thinking. Adapting this model to assess the practices of the systems of a Project Management organisation, the consultant can unravel efficiencies and inefficiencies of a system, and make recommendations as to how to provide a holistic and a standardised system of processes for the client.

Another model also proprietary to LMC Learning is the POISE methodology, which is a Project Management Audit methodology. This methodology is expected to form the auditing framework for the client's projects.

Consultancy Phases

Phase 1: Information Gathering and Requirements. Customising PM templates and checklists.

Phase 2: Develop PM controls; PM Guidelines; Implementing PM system - Project Management Standard Manual (baselined to PMBOK 3rd edition). Standardise to a common PM system, policies and control within the workplace. Establishing the PM methodology, techniques and tools.

Phase 3: Education (workshop-style). Educating client's staff on Phases 1 and 2, and supervising the implementation.

View project deliverables in a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS).

A Project Management Standard Manual will be developed through the Phases 1 and 2 of the consultancy work. This manual is customised for the client, and will contain the project checklists, templates (MS Project will be the standard project management software), management plans, project management methodology, and standard operating procedures - which upon approval by the client's Project Management Standard Steering Committee are to be observed by all project teams.