Project Management

Lean in Project Management

“It is typically the same two to three areas that always causes issues in the company’s project process”.

It is typically the same two to three areas that your project managers point out as problematic in a company’s project. For example, it could be the inadequacy of approvals of internal/external demands or the establishment of infrastructure. Often the issues can be remedied by a focussed effort resulting in a shortened lead time for the projects.

Through a wide range of well documented and award-wining methods, we ensure the optimal identification of the potential issues. We establish a solution model, adjusted through a fast feedback loop until the approval of all stakeholders. In collaboration with the project participants (and/or the client), we find the areas in the project process best suited to achieve the best effect. Thus, our efforts lead to achieving the optimal execution of your projects.

Lean in project management can give your company:

  • A project frame that is prioritised, targeted and within the price offer.
  • Project control enabling you to pick the correct project method and planning.
  • Optimisation of the existing process enabling you to map the current situation and check the materialisation of expected gains.

Maximize Consult has experience with customers from both the public and private sectors. Our clients vary from small, medium to large companies that we have helped optimise their processes in areas that provide the most value for the company.

Let us perform a health check of your product portfolio

We can look at it with LEAN glasses and give you input on how to combine your portfolio more efficiently in regarding the company’s strategic direction.

The book ‘Lean in Project Management’ is based on a concrete business case and inspires the reader on how to optimise your projects.

Here is an excerpt of a review by Søren Porskorg:

Damián Arguimbau has accomplished a compact good, contemporary and easily readable book about project management. The intention of the book is not to provide an all-inclusive project method or to describe all parts of the project. The aim is to focus on significant areas of concern that IT suppliers meet during project management – and so does it. 

Damián illustrates that there is room for improvements more than most have a habit of doing and that is the point.”