Why the SUKAD Way for Managing Projects?
More than a decade ago, we were delivering certification training to numerous clients in all industries. The common message we were hearing, “we understand the content, but not sure how to apply it.” We started to explore for more insights, and we came to recognize two fundamental points:
- The first was that most of the guides from professional associations do not offer a methodological approach. Further, these guideswere too generic and do not take into consideration the various domains and project types.
- The second point was that many practitioners missed the fact that these guides were not stand alone; they do suggest a link to an organizational project management system. However, most of our clients were coming from domains new to project management, and their organizations have not invested in building an organizational project management system. Even those coming from technology or capital projects still struggled.
- Our first responsibility is toward the practice of project management, our core competence, and passion.SUKAD endeavors to advance the practice of Project Management.
- Also, we do have an ethical responsibility to deliver to our customers the best services possible that are no less than world-class.