The goals drive the project
TLConsult considers a project is completed when its client’s consider the associated goals and objectives are acquired to their satisfaction. All planning and implementation efforts are undertaken to achieve them.
A project has distinctive attributes that distinguish it from ongoing work or clients operations. Projects are temporary in nature. They are not an everyday business process and have definitive start dates and end dates. This characteristic is important because a large part of the project effort is dedicated to ensuring that the project is completed at the appointed time.
We believe there is more to project management than just getting the work done. Inherent in the process of project management are the general management skills that allow the project manager to complete the project with some level of efficiency and control. In some respects, managing a project is similar to running a business: there are risk and rewards, finance and accounting activities, human resource issues, time management, stress management, and a purpose for the project to exist.
TLConsult completed two major projects under the NDIS Practical Design Fund.(link to this page/reports) This involved meeting project outcomes; in a short time frame, by deploying a tight team; organising national travel; and accessible consultations with all stakeholders.