Project & Programme Management

Effective project management is crucial to businesses as it helps to manage projects ensuring that projects are completed on time within budget and to a high quality. ZR Consultants (ZRC) can assist clients with major organisational business change. We can assist our clients to shape their projects and programmes around the business outcomes they want to achieve or come on board at any time during a projects life cycle to accelerate projects in- flight. Project and programme management failures can occur for a number of reasons including a change of organisational priorities, underestimation of complexity/cost, poor scheduling and stretched resources. We can help mitigate the risks of programme failure by improving practices in relation to scope management, planning, resources and issues management, communication and scheduling.

Our methodology will help you to monitor and control variables ensuring that we are on track for the deliverables.

Our consultants use the best PRINCE 2 and AGILE practices and tailor them to your business including; 

  • Establish PMO office.
  • Establish Governance forums.
  • RAID’s logs, Project Plans

We can also assist your organisation with the following:


  • Cost Benefit Analysis
  • Risk Assessment
  • Project complexity analysis
  • Project Proposal


  • Project manager
  • Update Project complexity analysis
  • Project Charter
  • Business requirements


  • Project plan & schedule
  • Work Breakdown structure
  • Resource plan & Budget
  • Risk Register & Risk plan
  • Communication, Procurement, communication & quality plans

Execution & Control

  • Project governance (meetings, Risk and issues logs, change control)
  • User Acceptance report


  • Closeout meetings
  • Lessons Learned
  • Project closeout report
  • Embed into BAU and provide Early Life Support (ELS)

You can find out more about our delivery background on our Case Studies page ›

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