“Operations keeps the lights on, strategy provides a light at the end of the tunnel, but project management is the train engine that moves the organization forward.” ~ Joy Gumz
If you have found this site, it is likely that you are looking for a solution to some project issues that you or a client are trying to deal with. Don't despair, all projects suffer from problems on occasion. When things don't seem to go right and all the ideas have dried up; it's time for a new perspective, a new objective view on the situation. That is the role of the Project Paramedic.
Accident hot spots can be found in all areas and in all stages of a project, the potential for things to go wrong lurks in every corner. Good Project Management requires not only thorough and detailed planning from the very start, but constant review and management of the issues and risks that present themselves. This includes... monitoring the activity of the 3rd parties and other stakeholders associated with the various tasks, regular review of the Agile development process, management and support of all of the project resources. Keeping on top of it all is the essence of the role of the Project Manager. Professional Project Management doesn't mean that problems and issues don't happen, however it will give you a set of instruments, methods and clear repeatable processes with which to spot and resolve those issues before they become critical, If you have concerns about any aspect of your business project where a part of it is failing to deliver, talk to someone who has 30+ years experience in managing complex projects in many industry areas and who has been consistently successful in delivering to requirements.