The Macrosolutions developed in the last 10 years a single project management model. We combine expertise and leadership with practicality and simplicity, therefore we are able to generate completely different results for the projects that we support.
We work together with your organization optimizing schedules, restructuring budgets, supporting and guiding the leadership for an intensive team professional management and managing the projects threats and opportunities. All with one goal: Exceptional results.
Key issues addressed
- Leadership inexperience on project management
- Project Size / complexity beyond the team capacity
- Lack of internal training
- Informal Project Management
- Decisions making with no supporting information
- Lack of time and cost estimates
Scope of work
- Project scope definition
- Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) creation
- Time management approach definition
- Detailed schedule development
- Risk Planning, identification, analysis and responses planning
- Resource Planning
- Defining the 3rd- party scope
- Potential suppliers’ statement of Work definition
- Communication Plan definition and implementation
- Contingency process implementation
- Risk triggers definition within the project scope
- Leaders training and coaching
- Assisted Operation
- Estimated duration of the consultancy work [?]
- Work complexity [?]
- Client's team (minimum required) [?]
- 1 Project Manager and 1 Planning Analyst
- Client's team allocation x Macrosolutions team allocation [?]
- 25% Client's Team
75% Macrosolutions' Team
- Project estimated number of visits [?]
- Indeterminate visits
- Organizational level of coverage [?]
- Corporate: ★★
- Language(s) [?]
- Portuguese, English, Spanish
Supported standards and methodologies
Project Management Institute (PMI) PMBOK Guide Yes PMI Practice Standard for Estimating Yes PMI Practice Standard for Earned Value Management Optional PMI Practice Standard for Configuration Management Yes PMI Practice Standard for Risk Management Yes PMI Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structure Yes PMI Practice Standard for Scheduling Yes PMI Standard for Portfolio Management — PMI Standard for Program Management — PMI Project Manager Development Competency Framework Yes Organizational Project Management Maturity Model (OPM3®) — UK Office of Government Commerce (OGC) PRINCE2 (Projects in Controlled Environments) Yes MSP (Managing Successful Programmes) — M_O_R (Management of Risks) Yes P3M3 (Portfolio, Programme, and Project Management Maturity Model) — P3O (Portfolio, Programme and Project Offices) — MoP (Management of Portfolios) — MoV (Management of Value) — Scrum Alliance Scrum Methodology Yes International Project Management Association (IPMA) ICB® IPMA Competence Baseline Yes
Areas: approach comprehensiveness
Area Comprehensiveness Integration ★★★★★ Scope ★★★★★ Time ★★★★★ Cost Optional Quality ★★★ Human Resource ★★★★★ Communications ★★★★★ Risk ★★★★★ Procurement Optional EHS Optional Strategic Planning
Additional Information Top ↑
In the last 30 years the world has faced an incredible dynamism in the intra-and intercompany relationship. Companies are now being recognized for its flexibility, professionalism and ability to serve its customers. With flexible work teams, resources and efforts focused on the organizations’ needs and projects planning based, the successful organizations have realized that the use of the project management concepts is universal. They now break all cultural, national, regional barriers, in which the competitive survival needs are also universal.
Project management is a set of management tools that allows the company to develop a range of skills, including knowledge and individual capacities, designated to the control of non-repetitive, unique and complex events, in a time, cost and quality predetermined scenarios.
To better understand what project management means, it is important to clearly know what a project is.
Project is a non-recurring enterprise, characterized by a clear and logical sequence of events, with a beginning, middle and end phase, which is intended to achieve a clear and well defined goal, being driven by people within a predefined time, costs and involved resources parameters.
In this context, it can be concluded that the project is a set of actions, executed in a coordinated manner by a temporary organization, to which the necessary inputs are allocated in a given period, in order to reach the determined goal. The concept of transitional organization is directly related to a particular and temporary organizational structure that only exists to make the project work more efficient and intuitive by the organization.
The projects reach all levels of the organization. They may involve a small amount of people or thousands. They can take less than a day or several years to be completed executed. The projects often extend beyond organizational boundaries, reaching the suppliers, customers, partners and government, being part, in most cases, of the company's business strategy