Our methodology

he PrYme Framework demonstrates our approach to integrated project management. The framework summarises the process we follow with our clients, outlines the products we deliver and shows the interconnections between them. This ensures all team members involved in project management have a clear understanding, which is the basis for effective collaboration. The following information will guide you through the framework.

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Phase 1

Defining the preconditions

Phase 1 includes a quick scan of the project management techniques currently available in your project. Also, we examine and discuss which product is most compatible and achieves maximum results. Once consensus has been reached, a cooperation agreement is signed to start the integral project management.

Phase 2

Setting up project structure

In phase 2, the Product Breakdown Structure (PBS) and/or Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) are created as foundational products. These are diagrams showing respectively all deliverables and all work required in your project. Additionally, a start-document is drafted containing the agreements required for the execution of the work of PrYme.

Phase 3

Establish the base products

Phase 3 provides the baseline products. Using the PBS and WBS from phase 2, an initial schedule is created. This is called a network schedule with task, lead time and additional information. At the same time, a risk file and initial estimate will also be delivered.

Phase 4

Risk based working

In phase 4, the project risks and the associated scores and control measures from the risk file provide new products such as probabilistic planning and a probabilistic estimate. This means that uncertainties in the planning are calculated enabling more realistic reporting. In this phase, preparatory work is also performed for the quality assurance of processes.

Phase 5

Internal quality assurance

Phase 5 is all about quality assurance. By means of testing and auditing the assessment plan and the process risks, we aim to continuously improve the quality of your processes and thereby optimise them.


Reporting, monitoring and visual support

For monitoring purposes our findings are incorporated into (monthly) reports. This provides project managers with information about the management processes and status of the products. In addition, we advise on areas for improvement in the field of project management. We provide visual support by displaying control information in a clear and engaging manner.