focus on people – bringing people together to deliver, dovetailing individual efforts to make projects a team effort
project co-ordination and control techniques, without jargon
project plans that are user friendly and that all project people can interact with
clearly written & intelligible documents (Project Initiation Documents, Issue & Risk logs etc.)
Project visual aids:
adapting to the needs of the people involved: face-to-face interactions, workshops, virtual meetings, email, social media...
engaging and well-designed newsletters or updates for your stakeholders.
Business process re-design:
user friendly flowcharts and maps to enable clients and teams to know what they are delivering
a range of different business & community development processes adapted for different audiences.
Research and evaluation:
Action research where participants are involved in making change happen on the back of research
Rapid Appraisal (RAP) methods
Qualitative methods, like case studies, interviews, focus groups.
Examples of any of these methods & techniques from past projects are available on request.