There is obviously a very close relationship between the commercial success of a company and the quality of its project management skills. Nevertheless, according to TMG findings, competence in project management is still underestimated as the key factor of entrepreneurial success – by executives in large corporate groups as well as in upper medium-sized enterprises.
No two projects are the same. Because, however, each project is specific, project management must not be operated according to a pre-set formula. Even in the different phases of a project, specific weightings and approaches are required. Whichever procedure to prioritize is largely determined by the nature of the project in question.
Using selected examples from the consulting practice, the contributions of this TMG INSIGHTS issue show what to do and how to proceed in order to do justice to the distinctive features of different project types as well as their specific success factors and to bring projects successfully to a close.