Aspiro helps you in improving you PMO’s performance with proven project management consulting and time-tested approaches that have been implemented in numerous organizations.
Aspiro provides a variety of consulting services in the Project Management domain to help you manage your projects better.
Project Recovery & Advisory
Aspiro’s project management experts begin by reviewing of the project’s current state to identify the areas in trouble. Common areas of concern generally include issues with definition & communication of scope, resource availability and/or capability, roles and responsibilities allocation, and mechanism of project monitoring and control.
Aspiro, based on its decades of collective domain expertise, would then present their report to your management team showcasing the corrective plan to bring the project back on track.
Aspiro can further help you with:
- The optimization of projects through timely advice on the tripe constraints – time, cost and quality
- Setting up of relevant project management framework and control systems to keep the project on track at all times
- Provide guidance in effective stakeholder management
Resource management is the need of hour. Understanding the capacity and capability of the resource that exist within your organization gives you the ability to balance demand and assign the right resource to an activity. Aspiro helps you obtain, structure, and analyze your resource management information and practices to use your talent effectively and streamline resource deployment.
It is more often than not for vendors to be responsible for deliverables within a project. Vendor management is a necessity in business today.
Your vendors have an agreement with you but not with your other suppliers. During the planning process, you may discover vendor deliverables have dependencies on each other. Aspiro can help you identify those integration points and manage the interdependencies between multiple parties.
As the subject matter experts, we know the issues and will act on your behalf to ensure that all the parties associated with projects meet their respective commitments.