Project Management

Setting up a PMO

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Is your company expanding rapidly? Are you lacking organisational structure? Design Post Digital can help you develop a PMO structure, build a dedicated team that delivers Standards, provides Governance, enforces Accountability and most importantly establishes a discipline to manage and deliver a range of projects consistently.

  • Performing Company Audits
  • PMO / Company Recruitment Process
  • Creating Organisational Structure
  • Developing Governance
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Project Management

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With years of collective experience of delivering projects in multiple industries and working on projects ranging from small business to enterprise level clients, Design Post Digital has all your project management needs covered. We can provide you the essentials to deliver your projects on time, budget and meet all project management standards.

  • Project Management Services
  • Project Schedule Preparation
  • Project Scheduling Software
  • Status Reporting
  • Project Reporting Tools
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Change Management

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Change management is a critical area of focus in any project Change management plays a vital role in communicating the change that will occur and educating your staff or clients about the upcoming change.

With years of experience in assisting our clients deliver projects, a common situation we encounter is clients overlooking and not incorporating the Change Management component.

Including this component as a part of your project scope not only gains the trust of your staff or clients. Enabling them to understand and accept the new solutions or service offering.

  • Change Management Structure / Strategy
  • Communication Plan
  • Change Management Documentation
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Risk Management

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Our process of identifying risks, assessing risks and developing strategies to manage risks has saved a number of our clients. Types of risk vary from business to business, but preparing a risk management plan involves a common process. Your risk management plan should detail your strategy for dealing with risks specific to your business. It's important to allocate some time, budget and resources for preparing a risk management plan. Ask yourself the following questions;

  • When, where, why and how are risks likely to happen in your business?
  • Are the risks internal or external?
  • Who might be involved or affected if an incident happens?
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