We all know examples of infrastructure, new construction and renovation projects that went badly. The financial and organisational consequences can be massive. AT Osborne performs audits and evaluations geared toward increasing the quality of your project or organisation. They can also help you approach future projects from alternative angles and learn from the experience. We answer questions such as: How is my project or organisation doing? Am I meeting the relevant (quality) standards and/or agreements? Could the delays have been avoided? Am I achieving the intended results and to what extent do these contribute to the aim of the project? Where did my project go wrong? How do my project results compare to equivalent (international) projects? These are just a few of the questions you may have in common with many other organisations. Answering them is what we do day in, day out.
We tailor your research to fit you. We have years of experience and cover a range of fields of expertise, which enables us to take an integrated approach. To this end, we make use of various research methods, including:
- Baseline measurement
- Gate review
- IPAT® Assessment (Infrastructure Project Assessment Tool). Via NETLIPSE: network for the dissemination of knowledge on the management and organisation of major European infrastructure projects
- Lessons learned
- Project Barometer
- Planning analysis
- Second opinion/expert opinion
What to expect
You want fast, reliable answers to your questions; we cover everything from the big picture to the small details in order to get to the heart of the matter quickly. We distinguish between observations, assessments and recommendations to provide you with unbiased advice. We always involve the stakeholders, along with members of your project team or people in your organisation. We use our experience to offer you fresh insights. Our collaboration with you is the focus. It is important to work together to draw up recommendations that your (project) organisation will accept.