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Project management leadership series 

Large-scale programmes and projects are not only becoming more complex but are also placing complex new demands on an organisation. If not properly managed, they often result in significant business and financial risks.


Defining business requirements, articulating the business case, and effectively governing the change are all critical to the success of projects and programmes.


Whether your project involves a major business transformation, a complex IT systems initiative, regulatory compliance, or reduction of service costs, we can help you be more successful.


This series describes a framework for managing and controlling large capital projects, based on our extensive experience. It is aimed at all entities or stakeholders involved with capital projects (e.g., owners, contractors, subcontractors, designers, facility managers, plant operators).


Please enjoy the series as it grows, and if you would like to discuss any of the topics in the series in more detail, we would love to hear from you.


Effective reporting for construction projects
Major Project best practices
Stakeholder communication and project controls
Major Project best practices
Project Risk Management
Project Portfolio Optimisation - KPMG advisory
Project Delivery Strategy
Project Advisory - Monitoring capital projects and addressing signs of trouble
Project Advisory - Governance and Project Controls
Budgeting, estimating
Stakeholder management
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Gina Barlow


Gina Barlow

Director - Project Advisory Services

+64 4 816 4798

Project Advisory

We can help you increase the probability of project success and enhance your project and programme performance.

Project management survey 2013

KPMG - Project Management Survey 2013
New Zealand organisations are still failing to extract real business value from their investment in projects.