No matter how carefully projects and TurnArounds are planned, it remains a continuous challenge to ensure that the scope is delivered on time, within budget and in accordance with all preconditions.
A large number of unforeseen deviations can hamper success. Our experience shows that the most common pitfalls are:
- Insufficient involvement of end users and key stakeholders
- Unclear objectives and requirements
- Changing requirements, scope changes, wrong priorities
- Insufficient support from senior management
- Poor management of people, resources and methods
- Insufficient use of available knowledge and expertise
Perfact Group has developed audit and verification methods that ensure that the purpose of the project or TurnAround is not lost sight of and, if necessary, adjusted in time. In existing TurnAround and project organizations, our independent specialists can provide insight into the status of the process. We identify underexposed issues that pose a risk, provide targeted solutions, and seize opportunities to achieve the maximum project result. This applies to both scope content, organization and support functions.
Our audits and verification methodologies cover all phases of a Project or TurnAround from initiation to closure including an ex-post evaluation.
Sectors where we apply Audits
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Project Port of Antwerp
We are proud to be able to contribute to the expansion of the container capacity of the Port of Antwerp for the next 10 years (!). Together with our partner Consul Infra Group, we will be able to fill in various positions for further development of the port. The first Contract Manager has already started […]Read more
Project Procurement Management: planning, executing and controlling
Project procurement management (procurement); if you google it, you are actually presented with a string of training courses. That indicates that it is a specialist area within project management. Perhaps it is one of the most crucial parts. Because you are already 1-0 behind when the supplies are not in time to execute the project. […]Read more