Navigating the new world | Preparing for project changes

Navigating the new world | Preparing for project changes

You've returned to your well-established project after the holidays only to find that things have changed dramatically in the time you have been away. It's important for us all to be ready to adapt to – and embrace – any changes that may occur. In this article, we look at four ways to help you navigate and prepare for project changes.

Elucidate your expectations

Elucidate your expectations

Do you know what you want? Are you sharing that information? Contractors crave and need clarity around your expectations and your business needs it too.

Your contract deliverables WILL change - be prepared

Your contract deliverables WILL change - be prepared

You’ve returned to your well-established project after an overdue break only to find that things have changed dramatically while you were away drinking mai tais by the poolside in Denarau. Not only has your Project Sponsor left the company, you now have a brand spanking new Project Manager who is completely revisiting the project scope and deliverables. You have a feeling that as a result of these changes you may become surplus to requirements and be out searching for a new contract a lot sooner than expected.

4 ways to ensure you’re successful in your contract

4 ways to ensure you’re successful in your contract

Our previous blogs provide some sound advice on how to stand out in an extremely competitive market and how to make the most of an effective induction and onboarding process. While these are important facets of ensuring a positive contracting experience, how do you ensure that you successfully deliver the outcomes that you have been contracted for in the first place?