PSA Adds Deliverable Focus to the States Project Team

PSA has recently been engaged by the Department of Justice to strengthen their Project Team to deliver one of their new regional facilities to a must finish deadline. PSA will be focusing on project milestone delivery through regular progress monitoring and communications to identify critical actions and trends. PSA performs an independent expert role, giving the client clear, unprejudiced and unbiased communications, whilst keeping agreed project deliverables in mind.

This appointment joins our growing list of State Government projects from the past 30 plus years, demonstrating that PSA has. and continues to play. a significant role in shaping the State. In this time, PSA has had exclusive insights into what works and has analysed and tested why it works. Further to those insights we have followed through to develop a robust method that can be applied to a full suite of Portfolio, Programs or Projects.

“PSA provided expert advice on the delivery of a range of projects, bringing clear analysis and forthright advice in a challenging period…” VBRRA, CEO

It has been shown that there is a distinct lack of positive improvement in the rate of successful project performance (Global PMI studies of key project outcomes, 2012-2016) PSA can bring the lessons learned to play a critical role in advising your organisation as to how they can enable greater value and what is needed to improve your program or project outcomes.

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PSA’s diverse project work has been has graced many publications including, The Age, The Herald Sun, Engineers Australia, AIPM Magazine and many more.

You can also find information about “What enables Project Success” by Paul Steinfort, PhD & Derek Walker, PhD as well as many other papers and articles.


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