Pilot deployment is often a fast-tracked way of getting new technology introduced into an organisation, usually within a particular department or business unit. The intent is to leverage the success of the pilot to deploy into a full-scale implementation. (more…)
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A key characteristic of transformation programs that sets them apart from most other large scale projects is that they tend to run for years rather than months, requiring a sustained effort and focus over a long period of time. (more…)
Welcome to the March edition of Quay’s monthly bulletin.
This month we’re looking at the issue of subject matter expertise and how it can often tilt a hiring decision away from choosing the right skills for a project. We explore how blurring the lines between SMEs and project role definition can introduce risk into project delivery, in particular the role of Business Analysts in projects and the sway of specific technical expertise in choosing a project manager.
We’re also looking at the art of planning and the science of scheduling – how are they different and how can they work together?
Project managers are often drafted into projects based on their relevant technical background. The intent is to mitigate risk of a knowledge gap and to ensure that subject matter expertise is readily available in the project. (more…)
Welcome to the February edition of our monthly bulletin.
In this month’s issue, we’re exploring how the factory approach to structuring project teams can inhibit successful delivery, while structuring multi-discipline teams for a more effective, collaborative approach can exploit the right expertise when and where it’s needed in your business projects. We’re also looking at cloud vs traditional infrastructure projects – where can the knowledge gaps appear for project managers? (more…)
We are proud to announce that for the second year running, Quay Consulting has been awarded a place on the 2012 BRW Fast 100.
This prestigious list represents the 100 fastest growing medium sized companies in Australia over the past 3 consecutive years.
Following our 23rd place in 2011, we have come in at 36th place in 2012.
It’s an achievement we are proud of and could not have made without the ongoing support of our clients and the professionalism and dedication of our consultants.
We would like to take this moment to thank you all for playing your part in this great achievement.
Michael, Rod & Orla
Quay’s own Rod Adams has rolled up his sleeves, donned an apron and shown off his culinary prowess as part of the 2012 CEO CookOff.
Over 130 CEOs and 30 chefs came together on February 6 to raise much-needed funds for charity and feed 800 people who are doing it tough. Held at St Mary’s Cathedral, the CookOff is a joint annual initiative between Qantas and Australian Charity OzHarvest. (more…)