At one point in time, IT managers simply had to deal with equipment and formulas. Fairly standard daily routines seemed to always lead to expected results. Today, IT managers face an overflowing fountain of obstacles that can lead their projects astray.
DUMFRIES, VA, (PRWEB) December 13, 2003 -- At one point in time, IT managers simply had to deal with equipment and formulas. Fairly standard daily routines seemed to always lead to expected results. Today, IT managers face an overflowing fountain of obstacles that can lead their projects astray. That's where Project Predictability Specialist Frank Kanu of Genius One can help.
Kanu, author of the whitepaper What To Do When Your IT Project Is Late, Over Budget, and Looks Like It's Never Going To Work, uses proven project management methodologies to help IT managers take the guesswork out of projects. He teaches strategies that give IT managers the tools they need to turn around projects that have gone awry, and cause future projects to have predictable success.
"Commonly, there is no rhyme or reason to how events within the project take place," states Kanu. "Projects start with a simple request and end in a blaze of anything but glory. However, through a combination of executive coaching and proven project management methodologies from Genius One, IT managers will minimize the risk of project delays/failures, protect their careers and reputations, and produce quantifiable results with fail-safe predictability."
From time issues to the "human factor" to testing processes and tight budgets, Kanu works with IT managers to ensure control over projects at every phase. Through a seven-step methodology process, Kanu guides IT managers to:
Working with multiple Fortune 500 companies over the past 12 years, Kanu has gathered, refined, and implemented his strategies with predictable success. Kanu now offers hands-on training of these methodologies so that all IT managers can improve success ratios and productivity within their organizations.