The value of a project is measured by its successful implementation
We believe that the long-term success of every strategic project is based on three factors: rational, political and emotional.
Successful project implementation depends on the extent to which these factors are anticipated, considered and managed along the way. SEMPORA tools and methodologies ensure that these three factors are taken into account at every step to secure project success.
THE RATIONAL FACTOR – FOCUSING ON FACT-BASED DECISIONS
Our project teams lay the foundations for success by using their extensive experience and knowledge of industry-specific information, insights, methods and a range of analytical tools. This is the rational aspect of working together.
THE POLITICAL FACTOR – BUILDING CONSENSUS AMONG THE DECISION-MAKERS
For project implementation to succeed, the different objectives of the top management team need to be aligned. Continuous management of the political factors ensures agreement on project content and procedures, accelerating decision-making and implementation.
THE EMOTIONAL FACTOR – BUILDING THE PROJECT TEAM
The successful delivery of a project depends on both the company’s performance and the willingness of the employees to change. We ensure that all relevant employees are involved and that their ideas, wishes and expectations inform the project work. In this way, we build a broad basis for acceptance. Project implementation is not enforced – it is welcomed. Everyone shares in the success.