Project Management evolved from the 1940’s to the 1970’s as a discipline for managing engineering projects with respect to time, budget and specification. Today’s world of project management is much more demanding because it involves far more numerous types of projects, is applied earlier in the life cycle of these projects and now also has applications in delivering organizational change programs and strategic initiatives.

Unfortunately, the newer methods for project management are often not used or are poorly understood. The key people running projects have often not been sufficiently trained in the use of these methods before being handed the gauntlet to complete a challenging project. Those organizations that are competent in project management methods differentiate themselves through their performance and ability to profitably grow. Simply implementing best project practices in a consistent manner will lead to significant improvement in many projects of all types.

de Wardt and Company identified the critical methods for project management and developed tools to support their implementation. These tools are made available to our clients, as needed, to support their management of projects. Applications are found in both the traditional engineering / construction projects and the non-traditional organizational change / strategy implementation projects.


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