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Project Management

Frequently asked questions.

What is a Project Manager?

A Project Manager is anyone responsible for managing the outcomes of a Project.

Why can't we manage our own Projects?

Most organisations manage most Projects well on their own. However, sometimes there is a need for additional resource. This is usually either due to;

limited physical capacity within an organisation where everyone is fully occupied but extra work still needs to be done,
a need for management skills outside the traditional skill base of the organisation,
the Project is essentially a standalone item of work ,
the need for speed, getting something up and running as quickly as possible, before transferring the skills in-house,
a combination of the above

Why use Public Spirit?

We maintain our own register of people with experience of Project Management across the Public Sector.
We will only place someone after a thorough analysis of your needs.
An account manager will review the progress of the Project Manager with you regularly.
Your account manager will build the relationship to ensure that we add value to your organisation.
All our Project Managers have a solid track record of achievement and UNIQUELY we ask for peer references as well as employer references.
We provide cost-effective solutions tailored to your needs.

Do you use a Project Management Method?

We will usually recommend Prince 2 as the standard Project Management method in the Public Sector.

Why can't we just use Prince 2 to manage our Projects?

Anyone can, but there is no substitute for experience in making Projects successful.

Case Studies

Projects can be long term or very short term. There is an infinite variety of work deliverable in Project form. A few examples are outlined in the Case Studies section..


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