Project Management Consultant Responsibilities and Duties

Manage projects and related specific activities within given constraints of time, budget and quality. Ensure scope, schedule and costs are reasonable and achievable. Allocate work among team members and provide guidance regularly. Conduct periodic and post-project reviews to ensure project is on track. Coordinate functional perspectives from within and outside project teams. Ensure all project … Continue reading Project Management Consultant Responsibilities and Duties

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As a Project Management Consultant

I bring specialized skills and knowledge to assist companies in making the best possible business decisions. I typically provide oversight and leadership in executing projects from planning to completion. Daily tasks can include managing budgets, resources and relationships to achieve organizational objectives, as well as planning, developing and executing schedules to ensure timely completion of projects. I define and monitor … Continue reading As a Project Management Consultant

Important to Understand the Process Before Improving It

To create sustained continuous improvements in organizational processes, an organization must first understand its processes. In a services environment, this can be difficult. A service by its very nature requires human interaction – people serving people. This means that a single organizational process may be perceived as diversely as the people performing it. And with merger … Continue reading Important to Understand the Process Before Improving It

Process Steps in Fishbone

nother way to use the fishbone diagram to search for potential Xs is to combine it with the SIPOC. During the construction of the SIPOC, the team lists between four and eight high-level process steps. Now, instead of using the standard bones (man, machine, material, methods, measurements and Mother Nature), the team uses the process … Continue reading Process Steps in Fishbone

Cause-and-effect Diagram and Six M’s

Once the charter is complete and signed by all parties, the team transitions to the Measure phase, where the search starts for potential Xs that influence output. One of the tools is the fishbone diagram. The classic cause-and-effect fishbone has the defect at the end (the stinky head of the fish), and the bones are split … Continue reading Cause-and-effect Diagram and Six M’s