In some situations, the long view is actually the easiest bit to achieve, but knowing where and how to get started can be difficult. Having committed to an extensive 5-year program of work worth over $100 million, this client needed help with the getting started; they were struggling to break down their first year into manageable activities. Since each subsequent year’s funding was reliant on successful delivery of the current year’s projects, this was not an insubstantial problem, but threatened the entire tranche of work.
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- Change Management
- Data Analysis/Migration
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Dec 2013 – Aug 2019
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Sometimes the call comes when the project is already at the "thin edge of the wedge." The Project Lab was contacted for just such a project, with a client already dangerously close to realising serious business risks. The legacy version of their finance software was coming to end-of-life and they needed to move swiftly to avoid a problem impacting end of financial year business processing.
Running three months behind, missing key deadlines and with more than $1 million of future funding dependent on the project’s success, we called on the expertise of our entire Project Lab team to uncover the real blockers holding our client’s project back.
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