Projects are sometimes more difficult than people talk about! Projects often can become chaotic and confused, full of seemingly unsolvable problems, unexplained delays and cost overruns, as well as upset/angry people, including customers, end-users, project team members, the project manager and often line managers.
They can even end in disaster.
Does it have to be this way?
We don't think so - we only have observed that it often is this way. (Maybe your projects are not like this. In this case, you are to be congratulated for doing a good job!)
After experiencing these problems while working on several local, national and international projects, we found ways to improve the management and results of projects. We further developed these methods while teaching project management at universities of applied sciences and other schools.
To help rectify these problems, we began training and coaching CEOs, line managers, project managers and project teams. Our independent company is called DBT Project Management.
DBT Project Management offers practical, easy to understand and to apply, tailor-made (customized) project management training, coaching and consulting in English and in German to individual persons and project teams in government agencies, as well as small, medium-sized and larger organizations in Switzerland.
"Is a project difficult or managing the project difficult?" - is perhaps a "tricky" question and maybe even a difficult question to answer.
Things are not necessarily difficult if we have been sufficiently trained how to do them. We need training, theory, information, practice, study, knowledge, help from instructors ... and then finally we can master the work and do the task, work or project well, effectively and successfully. Persons can manage projects well when:
We offer project management services to help persons to be able to manage their projects more successfully by providing practical Project Management training, effective Project Management coaching and result-oriented Project Management consulting.