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Professional Project Management

" Our methodology is a structured method providing organisations with a standard approach the management of projects. "

DDM believes strongly in detailed planning and partnership with our customers, adopting carefully planned steps throughout all implementations. DDM will mutually develop a project plan, which will allow us to jointly develop the final implementation plan and value justification to meet the customers expectations and requirements.

Our methodology is a structured method providing organisations with a standard approach to the management of projects.The method embodies proven and established best-practice in project management. It is widely recognised and understood, and so provides a common language for all participants in the project.

It provides benefits to the organisation, as well as the managers and directors of the project, through the controllable use of resources and the ability to manage business and project risk more effectively. Careful planning enables projects to have:

  • A controlled and organised start, middle and end;
  • Regular reviews of progress against plan and against the Business Case;
  • Flexible decision points;
  • Automatic management control of any deviations from the plan;
  • The involvement of management and stake holder sat the right time and place during the project;
  • Good communication channels between the project, project management, and the rest of the organisation. 

Each project is divided into a number of stages, each forming a distinct unit for management purposes. The delivery of products to the agreed quality standards, marks the completion of the stage. A project is divided into stages based upon:

  • The sequence of production of Products/Deliverables;
  • The grouping of Products into self contained sets or associated Processes;
    Natural decision points for review; Our methodology provides a structure of management

Controls to be applied throughout the project. They are defined at Project Initiation to ensure:

  • The project is set up with clear Terms of Reference
  • There are agreed and measurable Objectives
  • There is anadequate management structure. 

These controls cover all aspects of project activity and, at the highest level, allow senior management to assess project achievement and status prior to committing further expenditure. Controls are applied through meetings of project management and project staff, with each meeting producing a set of predefined outputs.