What will your business look like in 10 years, 5 years, or
even next year?
Regardless of the timeframe, many organizations will undoubtedly
be required to enable the transformation. And with every major initiative there will
always be uncertainties which may impact your progress. These uncertainties can also be called
risk! Do you know that up
to 85% of all large business-sponsored initiatives (including, but not limited
to those that utilize Information Technology as the enabler) fail to deliver the
expected benefits because the inherent uncertainties were either ignored or
simply not addressed?
Inc. specializes in the assessment of complex business initiatives with the
primary focus of improving the chances for success through avoiding
failure. Our partners are experienced
professionals with “C Level” experience and first-hand knowledge of the
challenges and risks associated with complex initiatives. We know all too well that change and
uncertainty are constant in today’s business climate and these real risks
threaten every large initiative.
We have the tools,
techniques and experience to identify, assess and mitigate the risks that are
prevalent in all initiatives. Enterprise Project
Governance is the "O"-ring between corporate governance and IT
Governance that helps you capitalize on the potential of opportunities. We
believe that Enterprise Project Governance
can create real value by eliminating or mitigating risk thus
removing impediments to the realization of business benefits.
We are committed to
assisting clients adapt to change and uncertainty. This has proven to be the difference between
achieving the business benefit or not.
It’s just that simple.
Please feel free to take a look at our
section on Vision To Value - our unique way of
leveraging knowledge, wisdom, inspiration and commitment to your benefit. More detail on our approach may be
found in Activities.
Perspectives on Project and Process Certainty and
Enterprise Project Governance
The challenges faced by the IT service delivery organizations (both
internal and external) may be in response to expectations, challenges,
constraints from one or more constituents or
For a more detailed description and discussion on the perspectives and the domains of influence facing the IT organization,
please click on the icon to the right.
Strategy and Alignment
Clients and Business Users
Customers, Suppliers and Partners
Infrastructure and IT Organization
Personal Aspirations and