A leading UK insurance group

circleindigo worked with a senior programme and project team to clearly define and plan a large IT and Business Unit programme and suite of projects.

Business need

  • To identify and understand project goals, objectives and deliverables
  • To define and agree project activities, responsibilities, dependencies, risks and issues
  • To create a project communication framework
  • To build a strong cohesive project team
  • To Identify project team individual strengths and development opportunities

What circleindigo did

  • Consulted with the senior programme and project management
  • Designed and facilitated a three day workshop focused on team development, project scoping and planning
  • Included specific activities to enable project team members to understand theirs and others strengths and development needs
  • Built in activities to scope and plan the complete project

Outcomes

  • Identified project objectives
  • Created a project plan with identified activities, responsibilities, timescales, resource requirements, dependencies, risks and issues
  • Enabled clear understanding of resources and support required
  • Established a project communication framework
  • Increased understanding of team member capabilities and development needs
  • Developed a strong and cohesive project team
  • Achieved project team commitment and buy-in

Client feedback

circleindigo added real value by providing the structure and processes to achieve the objectives. Particularly impressive was the way in which circleindigo became part of the central team and built strong relationships with each of us.

The facilitation style used was unobtrusive and involved the team throughout the process but ensured we met the objectives.

We have used circleindigo to carry out follow up reviews and I would have no hesitation in using them again.

Leading UK insurance group

Senior Programme Executive

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