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Project pre-implementation review

Get it done right the first time


The best run projects can still fail at the final hurdle. Implementing changes of any nature is not a trivial matter, especially when people are affected by those changes. These people include management, staff, suppliers, customers, and – in the case of public entities – potentially everyone. Together, they comprise the project stakeholder group. Key aspects of change management include:

  • Stakeholders – do their expectations still align with the project objective and final deliverables?
  • Training – are people who are expected to do things differently trained to do so?
  • Organisation – are supporting structures, resources and technology in place and tested to enable change?
  • Conversion – are the activities required to transition from old to new adequately defined, tested and proven to work?
  • Contingency – what is Plan B and how effective is it?

Our pre-implementation review takes a holistic approach and places emphasis on providing assurance that all necessary preparatory activities have been completed. We conduct targeted interviews with a selection of key stakeholders to ascertain their perceptions and assess their readiness for change.  Should significant issues be identified, you benefit from knowing that prevention prior to change is far easier than the cure post change.

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  • Faris Azimullah
    Enterprise Risk Services Partner
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