Enhancing your project and program management capability
How We Can Help
Tanner James works collaboratively with its clients to help them build internal capability in project and program management, digital transformation and agile delivery through training, coaching and consulting services. We are strong advocates of the 70-20-10 Learning Model in which 10% of learning is in the classroom, 20% is from interaction with others and 70% from job related experience. That’s why our focus is on helping our clients take their best practice learnings from the classroom and help them to apply and embed them within their organisation. Our job is done when you no longer need us.
We believe that this approach means that you have;
Greater certainty: improved capability and a delivery framework that you can trust in
Improved efficiency: greater focus on value adding and less reliance on and use of templates and excessive meetings
Shared understanding: a common language and agreed way of getting things done
Engaged staff: improved morale and career pathways; teams that work together and achieve together.
If you are interested in discussing further how Tanner James can assist you, please contact us.
Our typical approach comprises of three main steps;
Best Practice Comparison: we gather information, compare your practice with key concepts across the AXELOS best practice suite including PRINCE2, PRINCE2 Agile, MSP and AgileSHIFT
Planning: based on the findings of the best practice comparison we then work alongside you to plan the implementation of the agreed recommendations
Assist: finally and most importantly we help you action the plan by helping your staff understand, apply and embed the best practice solutions across your organisation and teams.
Our Focus Areas
Governance arrangements and alignment with corporate objectives
Benefits management including the realisation of benefits
Stakeholder engagement and communication
Planning layers and tailoring
Risk management practices and risk culture
Resource management approach and effectiveness
Financial management of programs and projects including estimates
Reporting mechanisms, the use of tolerances and management of changes