Get hold of “how much is this going to cost”?
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Get hold of “how much is this going to cost”?

It’s an important question but one that even some of the programme delivery specialists find difficult to answer satisfactorily. Is it possible to start a project on solid budgetary footing? We think so. At Verto, we believe costs and budget are integral to any project management framework. That’s why our system has been built up…

For busy people: A very short guide to project management software

We’re all busy, some of us productively, some of us not.  We all need stuff made short and simple.  Which is what this piece does for project management software.  The right project management software can make all the difference when it comes to successful project completion.  It can provide solutions to all the major frustrations…

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Verto: Supporting Integrated Care Systems at Eastern Cheshire CCG

Our case study on Eastern Cheshire CCG shows how Verto has improved digital collaboration by streamlining their processes and documentation, enabling a single view of programme information; this has simplified their reporting management systems, including instant visibility of its project performance and the ability to generate high-quality reports, including its Board Assurance Framework, with one click of…

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VertoSense: ultimate flexibility with dynamic infographics

VertoSense is a powerful new tool we’ve introduced in response to the need of our clients to better manage and visualise their project dependencies.  Instead of just focusing on the traditional elements of tasks & milestones, VertoSense allows users to record the links between any of the project elements. For example, a cost may be dependent on a milestone, an issue’s resolution dependent on…

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Mastering Verto: Using the Decision Matrix

Time and again we hear from clients that one of their greatest frustrations with their existing project management framework is that it’s too rigid. They’re following the proper methodology, but those processes don’t always work for every project. Small projects that should get closed out quickly are given the same weight as larger, more significant…

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5 things to do when your project goes wrong

Work in project management long enough, and you learn a very important lesson: Things go wrong. It’s inevitable. Projects fall behind schedule, go over budget or just simply crash and burn. Smart project managers know this and work hard to recognise when they need to step in and take action. What should you do if…

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How Verto can help your team avoid working in silos.

Verto is our innovative cloud-based solution for programme and project management. It uses one unified platform to bring the delivery and stakeholder communities together. To give a clear visualisation of projects we have two popular methods of viewing information (although the Verto system will let you create any number, depending on your own requirements). Firstly,…

Herefordshire & Worcestershire STP Case Study

Our case study on Herefordshire & Worcestershire STP shows how Verto as improved digital collaboration by streamlining their processes and documentation, enabling a single view of programme information; this has simplified their reporting management systems, to a single click. “The greatest benefits of Verto are the ability to share, view and edit programme information without…

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How to create social proof for your project.

Social Proof (also known as social influence) is a mental shortcut people use to judge what is the right course of action by determining what others think is correct. People will allow their decision making to be influenced by the behaviour of others, on the basis that they assume this is the right decision. Social…

Engaging Stakeholders: Principles of Stakeholder Management
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Engaging Stakeholders: Principles of Stakeholder Management

As a project manager, the standard of your stakeholder management strategy will undoubtedly play a huge role in how your project plays out. Whether you are working on a multi-faceted programme with a board of stakeholders and sponsors, or a smaller project with only a handful, a strategy for engaging your stakeholders should be laid…

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