About me: Paul Witteman
After more than 30 years in the field of program and project management, a few things stand out. A substantial number of projects are still wholly or partially failing. There are countless lessons learned reports, lists of success factors, risk analyzes are regularly carried out, we start improvement programs or professionalization programs, but none of this turns out to be a guarantee of success. It remains difficult to predict whether a project will be successful or fail.
So the management questions remain relevant and always current: how do we really do it? Do I now know exactly what the weak spots are for my project and what my conditions are for success? Can we compare projects and determine what the decisive factors are? Are we complete in our risk analyses? How can I increase the chance of success? Where should I focus on improving my organization now?
As an experienced program manager at an executive level with also a strong interest and experience in developing program and project management, I want to share my knowledge and experience in improving the success rate of programs and projects.
To help answer these important questions, based on my experience and thinking about the field of program and project management, I have designed a complete and compact sight glass, with which the state of a project can be displayed: DYSC. A scan with 20 score areas covering all aspects of your project.
Essential in my approach is that no one has a monopoly on wisdom and no one can see everything. Only by putting together images of many at different times do we increase the chance that we will really see the relevant.
Filling in the 20 questions only takes a few minutes in the Quick scan variant.
Everything aimed at discovering in a timely manner what in this situation are currently relevant factors for the success or failure of our project.
Interested in Do You See Clearly? Contact us and request a demo.