There is no substitute for high-quality work at the planning stage
A substantial body of evidence exists that supports the view that a high percentage of final costs in any project are established during the initial phases of preparation. Effective project planning and more intense management involvement during these initial stages are the critical success factors for any major project.
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Hence, our approach is predicated on getting the most value out during the preparation stage in order to save time, money and problems later in the project.
We work hard to achieve genuine consensus to build the foundations that will support change by collaborating with those most affected by, and most able to address, performance issues. As the effectiveness of project planning is critical to financial as well as practical outcomes, great emphasis is placed on scoping and briefing work, at the front-end of any project or assignment.