Kenny & Company views the project as the primary vehicle for executing organizations' initiatives. However many projects often fail due to poor project management and/or project management methodologies.
Projects are the primary vehicle for executing organizations' strategic initiatives. We do projects right – on-time, on-budget and to meet customer requirements. Our approach to project management whether traditional or Agile, is transparent, and content and metrics driven.
Agile Project Implementation
Our client is an Enterprise Software company in the insurance industry implementing their policy automation solution – workflow management, forms, content delivery and customer relationship management at a key customer. Projects at this customer have historically presented various challenges including the following:
Our client is an enterprise software company providing both SaaS and on premise solutions for the global property and casualty insurance industry. To improve how projects were managed and tracked, our client implemented JIRA, a work management application. Kenny & Company provided JIRA administration services to configure the JIRA environment, evaluate and implement JIRA plugins, and prepare the JIRA environment to transition project data from SharePoint to JIRA.
Triage for a Responsive Supply Chain Project
Our client is a Fortune 200 Consumer Goods company and a global manufacturer and retailer of apparel footwear & accessories. Our client was seeking to create a responsive supply chain – inclusive of raw materials, work in progress, and finished goods. A project was in progress to research responsive supply chain models and to develop a proof of concept for popular retail items.
Selected Project Management Points of View
Project Managers: The Client Perspective
Project Managers vary by organization and by individual. Some are external Consultants; some are from an organization’s Project Management Center …
Product Manager or Project Manager? Do you Know? Does it Matter?
Are you a Product Manager or are you a Project Manager? Does it even matter? In recent weeks, I have had some very candid discussions with clients and companies who are considering adding consulting expertise to their current product management function.