Project Management is an exceptionally complex discipline that has a direct influence on the success or failure of a project. Complexity of Project Management activities resides on two relevant factors:
- Despite following a systematic approach for every project, a Project Manager has to deal with multiple variables in a, most of the times, changing and evolving environment.
- Project Management comprises several processes and knowledge areas such as Scope, Time, and Cost Management, Human Resources Management, Risks Management, Quality Management, Stakeholders Management or Communications Management.
This is why Project Management requires competent professionals that agglutinate specific knowledge, skills and capacities. Added to a deep knowledge about Project Management processes and methodologies they must have a solid strategic insight of the project objectives and their alignment with corporate strategies, as well as being good and empathic communicators, resilient, and with a deep diplomatic and consensus-meeting character.
MainStrat counts on a team of Project Managers holding international certifications such as IPMA or PMP, who have been trained to deal with the most complex situations in projects of different types, and can actively act as Project Managers or provide consultancy to organizations on Project Management issues.