Every company and almost every employee deals with projects on a daily basis, even if they are not always referred to as such. Projects are not started simply to give people something to do, however, but to achieve something; for example, to introduce new technology so as not to be left behind in the market, or to expand customer service to
provide constant support in the era of WhatsApp and chats. Legal requirements can also lead to changes in the company. Projects are therefore a must for organizations that want to remain viable. This means that all companies are dependent on projects, from small to medium-sized companies to big corporations. The number of measures and staff involved is correspondingly large, and things can become chaotic. This white paper shows how multi-project management gets to grips with this chaos and helps achieve the desired successes in several parallel projects through structure and clarity.
- Why we do projects?
- Why projects fail – and why they don’t
- The components of a project
- Three steps to a successful project
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Managing Director proventis GmbH