Project Management at Oceanit focuses on user and stakeholder pain points to successfully manage project goals and meet success criteria.
The primary challenge of project management is to achieve all of the project goals within a given timeline and with particular constraints. Often, the human element can become lost in the drive to achieve project completion, but Oceanit integrates Design Thinking into every piece of consulting that we perform, meaning we put human-centered needs and paint points first to help us understand how these challenges may affect a project.
The Innovation Consulting team has worked on project management tasks across engineering construction projects, government and private sector projects, and even internal Oceanit change projects, to ensure smooth and on-time delivery of results.
We begin with stakeholder engagement to clearly establish objectives, wants, needs, and milestones that will influence the decisions and actions taken throughout a project’s lifespan. Oceanit project managers meet with users, designers, contractors and sub-contractors, budget owners, and leadership to ensure that management objectives are clearly understood and, more importantly, be correctly prescribed to those executing the project work.
The temporary nature of projects stands in contrast with business as usual with the typical permanent, or semi-permanent functional activities to produce products or services. Oceanit thrives in the management of distinct project approaches that require distinct technical and management strategies.