Our idea of project management
Beetroot offers strategy and hands-on support during each stage of the project.
Brainstorming sessions, interviews, prototyping, and requirements workshops will assist with determining the shareholders’ needs.
Definition of delivery objects, work methodology (agile or waterfall?) and the establishment of an overall time & resource plan. This is important since, for an example, a resource availability delay could affect future results and delay project revenue.
Having an effective communication plan in combination with a purpose-driven reporting structure, will help keep stakeholders up to date and improve the fundamental workflow of the project.
Monitoring & Controlling
Making sure that the project delivers according to plan requires structured quality assurance, change management and a process around keeping the right people involved at the right time – with the right access.
The last 1% of the project often takes 10% of the time. At this point, deliverables are handed over to operations and post-project ROI is continuously tracked and analyzed. It is also important to handhold the post-launch acceptance process to ensure adoption and purpose fit.