No business function is completely immune to the impact of obstacles, challenges, and crises. Both internal and external.
These challenges range from a drop in profitability and keeping up with the competition to accepting and implementing required changes. There is no singular solution to addressing these challenges, but there are certain steps that can add value to your operations and make them more resilient.
Value addition is a universal way through which a business narrows the impact of a crisis and accelerates the crisis recovery process.
One way through which value addition is enjoyed is by lowering the time and resources dedicated to lower value-added tasks. This leaves more resources for higher value-added operations that drive a business forward and expand its opportunities.
Specialised projects are targeted ways through which a business can add value to its operations on a timeline.
This means building robust project management frameworks that help your business benefit from external expertise. In short, it means preparing for project management transformation.
Here at Kronos Group, we specialise in a range of services in the procurement, finance, and project management consulting fields.
We are dedicated to adding value to our clients’ operations and we do this through our services and industry experience.
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Transforming its project management functions gives a business the ability to add value to its functions. It builds internal value while reducing the impact on the company’s bottom line.
It also helps to mitigate project risks, gain competitive advantage, increase customer satisfaction, and improve relationships with stakeholders.
Project management helps businesses succeed by minimising the resources and time spent on non-essential and non-value-adding tasks. By reallocating resources to operations that help drive the business forward, businesses can expand their operations and deliver greater value.
Put simply, a business project management plan is a formal and approved document that acts as a guide for how a project should be executed, monitored, and managed.
The plan typically focuses on high-level objectives and breaks them down into practical daily tasks detailing what you need to do to reach your business’s overall objectives.
A part of Kronos Group’s team since 2018, Julie is a leader who has honed her specialisation in business transformation and utilised her expansive financial expertise to power business strategy and add value to what we do. She has amassed experience (Pfizer, Sony, AXA, SMEC, Tradelink) all over the world in strategy, project management, analysis, and supply chain.