Testimonials

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Leo Dowling – Transformation Manager – 3UK

3Vector P-B“We had the pleasure of working with Adrian over many engagements to support our Programme Office transformation programme. His pragmatic outlook and experience helped us develop a structured programme and project roadmap. Adrian’s ability to operate at both senior management and project manager levels helped to uncover the key aspects necessary to develop a workable solution.”

20th February 2016

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Steve Brailey – Programme Manager – Allerdale Borough Council

logoBanner_Standard“Adrian brought a common sense and pragmatic approach to the process of developing our project management framework and processes. Using this approach we were able to speedily implement a framework that wasn’t overly complicated but matched our requirements perfectly. A year on, and having setup a new Programme Office which now manages or oversees virtually all Council projects, I can really see the Allerdale importance of keeping it simple and getting the right consultant to guide you through the process from day 1. It really isn’t about what project management technology you have, it’s about getting the right framework and processes.”

20th February 2016

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Neil Crew – IT Director – Princes Ltd

Princes Logo“Adrian worked with us to construct a project methodology that was appropriate and effective for our business. He listened to what we felt we needed and understood that we didn’t want to go for an overbearing bureaucracy, but at the same time challenged us to think about what we needed to do as individuals to deliver and operate with realistic project plans.

Once we had agreed on a way forward, Adrian worked with our people in groups and on a one to one basis to help us understand how to bring the methodology to life on a day to day basis, with simple techniques using Microsoft Project and Project server.

Overall Adrian helped us to find a solution that worked for our business, rather than one that was driven by the software and the methodology.”

20th February 2016