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Centre stage at Flomatik and cutting through all aspects of the operation are the practices and methodologies of Project (and Programme) Management (PM). We define PM as the application of knowledge, skills, tools and techniques to project activities in order to meet, or exceed, stakeholder needs and expectations and this invariably involves balancing competing demands among:

  • Stakeholders with differing needs and expectations;
  • Scope, Time, Cost and Quality;
  • Needs and wants.

 

Projects will generally possess the following characteristics:

  • Temporary and unique;
  • Performed by people;
  • Constrained by limited resources;
  • Planned, executed and controlled.

 

The project lifecycle, underpinned throughout by project comms, normally follows as:

  1. Project initiation;
  2. Project planning;
  3. Project execution;
  4. Project closure.

 

Flomatik has developed a full set of PM tools and processes, based on the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) covering the following areas:

  • Programme, Project and Technical Delivery Management;
  • Scope Management;
  • Time Management;
  • Cost Management;
  • Quality Management;
  • Human Resources Management;
  • Communications Management;
  • Risk Management;
  • Procurement Management.

 

In addition to PMBOK®, our methodology and toolsets leverage PRINCE II® and Total Quality Management® concepts, where the Project Manager drives the project schedule to meet customer’s quality and timeline expectations. Programme Managers are assigned where the client has a programme of works that entails multiple projects sharing the same common business aims.

This framework provides comprehensive management and reporting within these multifaceted environments.