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CHANGE MANAGEMENT SERVICES

We’ll give you a clear picture of where you are now and how to get to where you want to be. We’ll simplify your business processes wherever possible and ensure they are aligned with your overall strategy, saving you money and helping you achieve your goals faster. With Provelio, we don’t just manage change, we lead it.

Take your business to the next level with strategic project management you can trust, call Provelio on 0117 302 0001.

Feature bullet points:

  • We help to determine where you are now, where you are trying to get to,  and how to get there
  • We simplify your business processes wherever possible
  • We lead change, not just manage it
  • We ensure that all processes are aligned with your strategy for the business
  • We expect to save you money after re-organisation
  • Change management
  • Leading change
  • Business consulting
  • Managing change
  • Change management plan
  • Change management tools
  • Change management process
  • Management consulting
  • Business consultancy
  • Management consultancy firms

  WHO ARE WE

GOT A QUESTION? WE HAVE THE ANSWERS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1
How do you get projects done on time?

Time is the one resource on a project that, once lost, you can never get back. Here are the five actions which we take to ensure that your project finishes on time:

We make sure that everybody on the project is made conscious of the importance of doing things on time - so that they can provide the right resources for timely completion.

We start with the programmme; initially with little detail and a lot of assumptions about what may go wrong! We allow time for the things which we cannot foresee now. As we learn more about the project, we put the new detail in the project and replace our assumptions with accurate forecasts of the time required for each activity.

We consult widely so that every party gets to see what they need to provide to others - and crucially what information they will need (and from whom) so that they can do their job on time.

We produce very clear information on the programme - which is computer aided - and we encourage people to “shout” if they do not understand it.

We resist change to scope of the works strongly (particularly during construction), so that delays are avoided.

If we stick to these 5 actions, in our experience, the project can be completed on time.

2
How do you keep projects within budget?

It is vital that a project is completed within the budget. Here are the seven actions which we take to make sure that this happens:

In the first few days of a project we establish what we the Client wants and the programme within which it is required - these are the two main drivers of cost.

As the design develops, we discuss the content of the project with the designers and test their confidence in the adequacy of their design.

We also discuss the state of the design with the quantity surveyor and ascertain their confidence in the adequacy of their costs.

Before it goes to tender, we take the designers and quantity surveyors through a lengthy checklist designed to establish whether there are any gaps or exclusions - these are usually items on which there are options about who does the design.

Assuming that we find gaps or exclusions, we ask the team to establish a cost for each of them.

Having completed this exercise, the only thing that remains to be done is to add a contingency sum for things that are “unforeseen and unforeseeable”.

As the project progresses, we maintain strong discipline on cost control.

If we stick to these 7 actions, in our experience, the project can be completed within budget. Frequently asked questions

3
How do you get projects done on time?

Time is the one resource on a project that, once lost, you can never get back. Here are the five actions which we take to ensure that your project finishes on time:

We make sure that everybody on the project is made conscious of the importance of doing things on time - so that they can provide the right resources for timely completion.

We start with the programmme; initially with little detail and a lot of assumptions about what may go wrong! We allow time for the things which we cannot foresee now. As we learn more about the project, we put the new detail in the project and replace our assumptions with accurate forecasts of the time required for each activity.

We consult widely so that every party gets to see what they need to provide to others - and crucially what information they will need (and from whom) so that they can do their job on time.

We produce very clear information on the programme - which is computer aided - and we encourage people to “shout” if they do not understand it.

We resist change to scope of the works strongly (particularly during construction), so that delays are avoided.

If we stick to these 5 actions, in our experience, the project can be completed on time.

4
How do you keep projects within budget?

It is vital that a project is completed within the budget. Here are the seven actions which we take to make sure that this happens:

In the first few days of a project we establish what we the Client wants and the programme within which it is required - these are the two main drivers of cost.

As the design develops, we discuss the content of the project with the designers and test their confidence in the adequacy of their design.

We also discuss the state of the design with the quantity surveyor and ascertain their confidence in the adequacy of their costs.

Before it goes to tender, we take the designers and quantity surveyors through a lengthy checklist designed to establish whether there are any gaps or exclusions - these are usually items on which there are options about who does the design.

Assuming that we find gaps or exclusions, we ask the team to establish a cost for each of them.

Having completed this exercise, the only thing that remains to be done is to add a contingency sum for things that are “unforeseen and unforeseeable”.

As the project progresses, we maintain strong discipline on cost control.

If we stick to these 7 actions, in our experience, the project can be completed within budget.

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