Martin P Wilson

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Ideas, Innovation, Inspiration, Insight, IT

Facilitation and Mentoring for Success.

Shadow of a doubt imageSolidus Limited has been closd down and Martin Wilson is now delivering similar services as an independent consultant under his own name. All contact details remain the same.

Without a shadow of doubt improvement to project management is often needed. Solidus is a consultancy that addresses all aspects of Project and Programme Management to achieve benefits for clients by delivering IT enabled business change. Solidus works successfully with major clients with very large and complex projects and programmes as well as others who wish to manage effectively...

Project and Programme Training

Solidus provides customised training on project and programme management matters Typically focussing on:

  • decision making,
  • using governance and methodology to support delivery
  • skills enhancement for business owners and project staff
  • mentoring and support
  • rescuing slipping projects

Project and Programme Strategy

Solidus can help ensure projects and programmes are sound by creating a proper platform for success. We help develop business cases and programme initiation.

Project Reviews, Rescue and Turnaround

We can help optimise challenging projects for the best result or by reviewing them early Solidus can help prevent projects going bad.

Programme Management Offices that Facilitate Delivery

Many PMOs use methodology (PRINCE etc) to ensure compliance without consideration of the impact on delivery. Solidus enables PMOs to facilitate delivery and keep the auditors happy.

Business Change and IT

Solidus will advise on ensuring programmes are based on business change needs and benefits with appropriate technology and are not technically led. Solidus is used to handling complex and challenging stakeholder management on behalf of its clients.

Executive Briefing, Mentoring and Staff Development

Solidus provides briefings on business change and related IT matters to senior executives, either indidually or in groups. Development support can be provided for middle and senior management wanting to progress their career.

For more information contact:

Martin Wilson This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or on +44 (0) 115 925 8600

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