Project Rescue can be extremely difficult to achieve by members of the implementation team if the culture is not one that can support honesty, disruption and innovation.
Hiring external software leaders allows for an objective perspective that is not tainted by history, nor clouded by any career aspirations.
Getting the basics covered in a project rescue mission is essential
We sit down with you to fully understand your needs and work out the best route forward.
Grant an amnesty
Let go of any history. A new heartbeat needs to be established in the way of working.
Establish a culture of truth
Establish mission goals
Distractions are everywhere. Stay on target and make sure everyone knows the target.
Simplify everything – Remove any complexity
Realign the team
Offer people the opportunity to leave the project without any reprisal. This is critical for team moral.
Get people doing what they excel at
Where there is work to be done, and the right talent available to do it – line up the task with the right person and accelerate.
Establish effective and efficient communication
Communication is the flow of information moving in all directions. There is little point in establishing a truth culture if there is no way to share the said truth.
Empower your team
You’ve created transparency, put people in the right place, simplified the process, adopted a culture of truth and set the vision. Next, get out of the way and let people do what they are good at.
Identify gaps in your team
If you have any readily identifiable gaps in the team then seek outside specialist help.