Business Doesn't Run On Good Luck

But on Common Sense Strategies.... That Works

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A Business is alive having a personality.
Enjoy some funny and serious side notes:

"Nothing is less productive than to make more efficient what should not be done at all"
Peter Drucker

"If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader."
John Quincy Adams

"First, have a definite, clear practical ideal; a goal, an objective. Second, have the necessary means to achieve your ends; wisdom, money, materials, and methods. Third, adjust all your means to that end."

"A good plan today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow."

"I'm the eternal Optimist: Every day's a Monday; Murphy will always visit; so things can only get better from here."
Tom Niewulis

Program and Project Development

When I was in the military it was 'plan the plan, practice the plan and execute for success with or without Murphy.' Before project management became an academically accredited phenomenon, we at NCDCS were executing from experience and common sense.

For eons, people have been planning projects. With civilization, there are always projects to get completed: buildings to build, roads to pave, and IT infrastructure to implement. It often seems difficult to organize resources and control cost without the benefit of today's project tools and methodologies, yet NCDCS has found that the preeminent tools in project management start with experience, superb communication skills and common sense. Frankly, we have seen that even with the best software available on the market, it comes down to the interpersonal skills of the individual managing the project.

The evolution of techniques for cost control, timeline development, resource procurement and management, and risk management are applicable to the widest range of projects. These technical skills are fundamental to a set of management techniques now known as "project management," which is the application of knowledge, skills, and communication tools implemented through a range of activities enabling the requirements of the particular project to be cost effectively concluded. Knowledge and practices for project management are best described in terms of their component processes. These components can be placed into five main groups:

- Initiating, Planning, Executing, Controlling and Closing.

Our "Nine Key Knowledge Areas" for Managing Projects

Our 9 Key Areas

Every project is vital to meeting the business operational model goals. Management desires to ensure that the person managing projects is a qualified professional. NCDCS project professionals have global expertise at focusing solutions and services to improve a project's operating performance. We ensure that the project goals are met using Life Lessons Learned rational project management skills.

Key Benefits:

  •   Practiced and Skilled Project Management Team
  •   Independent Resource that becomes an integrated member of your Team
  •   A Team that intimately knows business processes and risk assessment

Our Project Management group understands these processes. We partner with your organization to produce a professionally managed project incorporating each process in detail. To attain that detail our planning will thoroughly address the nine major knowledge areas - Project Integration Management, Project Scope Management, Project Time Management, Project Cost Management, Project Quality Management, Project Human Resource Management, Project Communications Management, Project Risk Management, and Project Procurement Management.