Whenever we decide we want to do something, go somewhere, build something or achieve something, we need to know the answers to some questions. What are we trying to do? When will we start? What do we need? Can we do it alone, or do we need help? How long will it take? How much will it cost? These are typical questions asked at the start of any project and the answers are the building blocks of project management – defining what we want to do and working out the best way we can do it.
At Longhall Consulting, we believe delivering projects on time and within budget has to be a way of life, else why do the project at all?! We have proven best practices as our guide and lots of industry experience to give our clients a practical approach to analyzing the risk involved in a project and the benefits to realize in measurable terms. We have experts who analyze where an organization is and what they need to do to get to their destination with regards to business change. Our project management services also extend to the operational phase of the project lifespan and the realization of expected benefits.
When you’re looking for ways to benefit your company’s supply chain, you probably look for ways to reduce time or costs in various departments. In most cases, this comes down to the way you might ship, store or produce the products you sell. But what about the way you package those products? Product packaging isn’t […]
High-impact HR has caused a radical shift in the way performance is being measured and managed in order for companies to be able to attract, engage, and develop their top performers. Organizations are overhauling their performance management programs and focusing on developing the right mix of total rewards and development opportunities to help keep high-performing […]
When electricity was first popularized at the beginning of the 20th century, there was a huge wave of factories that replaced their steam engines with electrical engines in an effort to increase productivity and modernize operations. However, the initial productivity gains from the electrification were barely noticeable – a phenomenon known in the economics literature as the […]
Let’s face it; most people prefer predictability and stability in both their personal and professional lives. So, people typically avoid situations that upset the order of things, threaten their self-interests, increase stress, or involve risks. When faced with a change to the status quo, people usually resist initially. ./The resistance continues and, in some cases […]