Being a Project Manager of innovative and complex projects is not at all simple, even less simple is guaranteeing the success of the initiative and producing the results expected by the Client and the stakeholders. In reality, the success of a project has various facets depending on the interested party who judges it and the indicators that are used, certainly a successful project management depends first of all on a Governance that knows and wants to clearly indicate the way in which it intends to operate. and is concerned with implementing an appropriate management model with consequent consistency, guaranteeing its own “commitment” and favoring the dissemination of the project management culture among the various actors of the project.
We are also aware that the success of the project is strongly conditioned by the presence and good functioning of transversal operational processes capable of integrating with the project management process and supporting it, making competent resources available, when programmed, in order to achieve the set objectives. and shared. In summary, we believe that the success of a project must be based on the coordinated effort of a series of critical enabling factors, such as having strong management leadership, developing a clear strategy (Governance), enhancing people (Individual Skills), relying on on solid operational processes (Organizational Skills).
We work to ensure that the success of a project is not a coincidence, but something that must be built by seeking excellence throughout its life cycle starting from the very early stages, when it will be necessary to evaluate the level of convenience of the expected returns and that the estimated risk profile is in line with the Organisation’s propensity to accept it. The experience gained in this field not only confirms the above, but leaves no doubt that there is no guarantee of making a project successful, resorting only to the use of management techniques and tools, however well articulated or in vogue. they are, as well as the use of tools, however sophisticated or avant-garde they may be.