|Program and Project Management|
Your company is about to launch a project or initiative. You know you have the talent within your staff to complete the project. But perhaps what you lack is a point person with the leadership skills to make it happen—on time, within budget, and according to strategy.
If you’re in this situation—or if you’re mid-project and need to improve performance—Keen Infotek, Inc.’s Program and Project Management practice is your immediate solution.
Keen Infotek, Inc. Program and Project Managers take a common sense approach to managing projects, whether large or small. They focus on aligning the project plan with your company’s expectations, identifying and managing scope, prioritizing task completion and staffing the project with skilled, experienced professionals.
They’re also experienced and flexible enough to work according to your methodology and/or industry best practices—or to help you develop a custom methodology if that’s what it takes to get the job done right.
Program Management: Keen Infotek, Inc. Program Managers are responsible for the successful completion of a major business or technology transformation effort. Activities conducted by a Program Manager may include coordinating the delivery of multiple projects, developing cost benefit analyses, communicating to an executive committee, creating and reporting program status utilizing a dashboard, allocating resources across multiple projects, defining project governance policies and managing the financial concerns of the program.
Portfolio Management: Keen Infotek, Inc. Portfolio Managers are seasoned Program Managers who have experience designing, developing and implementing portfolio management processes and systems. Our Portfolio Management processes enable a business to accurately forecast, track and manage projects across the organization, ensuring that budgeting, prioritization, resourcing and the quality and timeliness of delivery are consistent across programs and projects.
Project Management: Our Project Managers ensure that a defined scope of work is completed successfully. Their activities may include developing detailed project plans, estimating task durations, staffing and managing project team members, identifying and mitigating project risks, communicating project status to appropriate management levels, identifying and resolving project issues, and controlling project scope and budget.