Pairing best-in-class project management processes, tools, and training with specialized knowledge and industry experience, IPM leads your team to successful outcomes.
Your time is more valuable than ever before. At the same time, competition is higher and the initiatives that will drive success are more complex. They require more people, more business functions, more decisions, more harmony. And the projects that achieve those initiatives still need to be done on time and on budget.
If your project involves more stakeholders, risk, or deadline pressure than you’re used to, IPM’s project management consultants can take the lead. If your best project managers are working on high-priority initiatives and need extra hands to lead the smaller projects, IPM can fill those gaps. And if your critical project has stalled or gone off the rails, we can help with that, too.
Project leadership is our core competency.
To deliver projects to fruition, IPM’s consultants bring project management techniques plus leadership and interpersonal skills. So while they develop milestones, track activities, and manage communication, they motivate and engage the team.
They are disciplined and hold themselves—and others—accountable for doing the work that achieves the defined objectives.
To successfully deliver your project’s goals, IPM’s project management consultants:
For more than 30 years, companies have relied on IPM to lead and successfully complete their complex and critical projects. We’ve applied our project leadership to more than 5,000 projects at 500 companies, 90% of which are return customers. Our “excellent” Net Promoter Score and 2018 Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award attest to our quality. And our emphasis on quality and continuous improvement is borne out in the fact that a majority of our project management consultants are Project Management Professionals (PMP) and/or Agile-certified. Plus, their ongoing training hours average more than 40 each year, more than most Fortune 500 companies.
Count on IPM’s experienced project leaders to help your team get the job done.
Strategic prioritization often fails because leadership teams don’t consider resource constraints. A resource management framework can help ensure the right people are doing the right work.
Managing Director, Consumer Products