NSP’s project management approach is based on the Industry recognised Project Management Institute’s (PMI) Project Management Body of Management (PMBOK) standard. This is a benchmark which is used and customised depending on the type of project undertaken.
Key aspects of project management include:
- The Project Lifecycle where the Project Manager will divide the project into phases and tasks per phase, to provide better management control.
- Project Stakeholders Lifecycle includes individuals and organizations that are involved in the project or may be affected by its execution or completion. These stakeholders can influence the project’s objectives and outcomes. To ensure a successful project, the project management team must identify stakeholders, understand their requirements and expectations, and manage their influence to the extent possible. By doing so, the project team can meet stakeholder needs and expectations while achieving project goals.
- Lean RASCI process: As part of the stakeholder analysis and composition process, the Lean RASCI process is applied. This process helps define who the stakeholders are and their responsibilities on project tasks. The Project Manager manages the RASCI components within the project. The NSP works with the client to prepare stakeholder analysis and RASCI documents. This document becomes a live working document that can be updated with agreed amendments throughout the project.