Lean in the project management

Is there a faster and more fun way to work on projects?

“It’s often the same two or three areas that cause problems in a company’s project cycles.”

In your company’s project cycles, there may be two or three problem areas that your project managers often identify as bottlenecks. For instance, it may be hard to get internal and external approvals for certain requirements, or to establish important infrastructure. Often these problems can be remedied by a focused effort, considerably reducing the length of the projects.
Using a wide range of well-documented and award-winning methods, we help identify problem areas and establish a solution model that can be adapted through quick feedback until everyone is satisfied with the solution. Together with the project participants (and/or the clients), we find aspects of the project cycle that can easily be fine-tuned to improve efficiency and make the project run more smoothly.

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The Book “Lean Projektledelse” (“Lean Project Management”) is based on a specific case and gives you inspiration to optimize your projects.

Here is an excerpt of Søren Porskrog’s review of the book:

Damian Arguimbau has written a short, good, highly topical and accessible book on lean project management. The book does not aim to set out an all-encompassing project method, or to describe all the aspects of a project. Its purpose is to focus on certain specific issues that IT providers often encounter in project management contexts – and the book does this well.

With his simple approach to the subject, Damian shows that many companies perform better by changing their habitual ways of doing things, and that is the book’s point.

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