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Many organisations do not have an optimised project management capability, which negatively affects their ability to realise their business benefits.

ProjectLink offers several project management consulting services that have been designed to assist organisations in enhancing their project management capability. Each of these services can be seen as focussed interventions to promote overall project or business enhancements.

Since 1998, ProjectLink has provided these services to numerous organisations both in South Africa and abroad, to industries and sectors such as mining, telecommunications, financial services, aviation, education, government, and manufacturing.

Our consulting services are aimed at organisations that recognise the additional value that an optimised project management capability can provide.

PMO Establishment & Enhancement

The Project Management Office (PMO) is a strategic tool in the hands of an organisation’s management to ensure that all the projects in the business are under control.

The PMO gives a centralised view of project costs, resources, and risks, and is the centre of project implementation where it is ensured that the portfolio is well-managed and delivering benefits to the organisation. 

Maturity Assessments

Project management maturity can be defined as progress against a predetermined set of business processes, which increases the predictability, repeatability, consistency, and measurability of successful project, program, and portfolio delivery.

Project Reviews

A third party / independent project review is an impartial review, by a team of project practitioner experts, to assess a project's progress, degree of integration, and compliance with agreed-upon standards; recommend course corrections; point out improvement opportunities or significant threats; and recommend, if applicable, transition to a subsequent stage or phase.

Quantitative Risk Assessment

A Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) in project management is the process of expressing the impact of risk on the project in numerical terms.  This information is frequently used to determine the cost and time contingencies of the project, which provide more accurate information for risk management and planning purposes.  Several methods of contingency determination, which are based on the results of a Quantitative Risk Assessment, can be used.

Workshop Facilitation

Project management requires teamwork right through all the phases of the project’s lifecycle.

An efficient and effective way to solicit expert contributions from project team members and other important stakeholders is through facilitated workshops.  From a project management perspective, such workshops are ideal for producing vital project management deliverables, such as the project charter, the scope statement, and work breakdown structure, to name but a few examples.

Portfolio Establishment

A portfolio is a collection of projects, programs, sub-portfolios, and other work (communally referred to as portfolio components) in the organization, or part of the organization. Portfolio establishment is about setting-up, structuring, and/or optimising an organizations’ ability to manage a portfolio. Portfolio management, then, is about the capability to identify and select new portfolio components, and balancing it with existing portfolio components within the confines of resource constraints, towards achieving the organization’s strategy.

Physical Address

  • 243 Willem Botha Street
  • Wierda Park
  • Centurion

Postal Address

  • PO Box 52810
  • Wierda Park
  • South Africa
  • 0149

Contact us

  • Phone: +27 (0) 12 660 0010
  • Fax: +27 (0) 12 660 0190
  • Email: sales@projectlink.co.za