By addressing stakeholder needs, cultural issues and user adoption concerns, our implementations result in a durable, embedded solution
Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) February 26, 2013
Using experiences from across hundreds of enterprise implementations of Project and earned value management, Ten Six arm clients with tools and techniques to address stakeholder management issues. In a recent article, "5 Ways To Deal With Stakeholders Who Don’t Listen" Ten Six suggest ways to mitigate some of these challenges.
"We often encounter stakeholder issues particularly on large enterprise implementations and our tools and techniques can have a significant impact on mitigating these," said Emily Foster, Director of Marketing. "Without addressing stakeholder needs throughout a deployment as well as overcoming common challenges with stakeholders, implementations can falter or fail."
Ten Six uses a proven implementation methodology that provides clients a structured approach based on industry best practices and on the experiences of decades of successful implementations. This has numerous benefits for clients including:
- Structured and predictable delivery of Ten Six services.
- Implementation planning and execution based on Best Practices and real world experiences.
- Formal engagement management and communication processes.
- Reduced implementation risk.
"We work with our clients to customize our implementation methodology and engagement management processes based on their individual needs. In addition, by addressing stakeholder needs, cultural issues and user adoption concerns, our implementations result in a durable, embedded solution," said Foster.