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Successful projects are built on strong relationships. But how do you develop these? Here we look at how to create the perfect IT outsourcing partnership; how to engage successfully with project stakeholders from the outset; as well the fundamentals of building a robust business case to help you deliver successful change. We’ve helped many clients with these challenges and found out a few things along the way.
Successful outsourcing is all about relationships, and an IT outsource is a long term commitment which must be beneficial to both parties - like a marriage. So before you exchange your outsource vows, here are some considerations based on our experience to make sure you start on the right footing and create an arrangement that is mutually beneficial and built to last.
In the last issue of unspun, our Project Management Toolbox focused on project planning and resourcing. So now you’ve got the plan and the people in place, we discuss the next item on the agenda - stakeholder engagement. We highlight some of the key principles behind engaging successfully with your stakeholders from the outset and throughout to maximise your chances of seeing effective and lasting change.
Often, there is one obstacle that stands in the way of a new initiative: a well-constructed, comprehensive business case. A good one should take you from the broad idea and objectives of what you want to do through to a clear, robust and measurable case for doing it. We provide six of the key steps you’ll need to take to help you build a solid business case and put you on the right track for delivering successful business change.
We are delighted to announce that The Berkeley Partnership has secured eighth position in the Top 100 'Best Small Companies to Work For 2014' retaining our top tier 3* rating which acknowledges excellence in the workplace. Find out more about how we made the Top Ten.
If you’ve been looking around our website recently, you might have noticed a few changes: there’s a new look for the homepage, but we’ve also added whole new areas to the site, aimed at helping our visitors get a much clearer picture of the work we do.
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