Avoid bad investments, increase transparency, and enhance acceptance with individual measures controlling.
A variety of activities are initiated in order to achieve concrete business objectives; e.g. the development of new sales regions, investment in new production facilities, or outsourcing of IT.
Individual measures controlling makes the effects of these measures transparent in all stages of a project: prior to implementation, during implementation, and in particular in the productivity phase once the actual project is complete. You minimize bad investments, increase transparency, and enhance acceptance.
Individual measures controlling
- Minimization of bad investments
- Greater transparency of the project portfolio, project progress, and realization of promised benefits
- Targeted use of resources, in particular for project managers
- Documentation for internal and external stakeholders (compliance)
- Integration in the corporate planning process
- Increased acceptance among those affected and those involved through a uniform communications basis
- Compilation of a catalog of measures
- Design and technical implemantation of individual measures controlling models
- Mapping the actual impact of measures on the company’s key financial indicators
- Embedding the solution into the forecasting and planning model
- Weighing the costs and benefits of each measure and of groups of measures
- Concentration and analyses of measure packages in scenarios, thereby connecting the solution to a risk management system