Integrated Programme Control

Application of management processes that integrate some or all fundamental components of scope, schedule, cost, risk, change, quality and resources

  • Risk review/workshops
  • Schedule Risk analysis (QSRA) and interpretation
  • Outturn cost forecast (QCRA)
  • Review alignment with associated governance and assurance
  • Fitness for purpose assessment of critical data systems
  • PMO design and set up


Aggregate and interpret relevant data to produce meaningful status reports. Reporting KPIs that support both backward and forward (forecast) reporting to ensure leadership have sufficient data to make informed decisions and take early intervention to emerging issues:

  • Forecast EFC with appropriate levels of supporting information
  • Earned Value to differentiate cost from value
  • Trend analysis
  • Single source of truth and independently verified or an agreed combined response.


Implement a set of policies, regulations, functions, processes, procedures and responsibilities that define the establishment, management and control of projects, programmes and portfolios: effective, proportionate and empowered programme oversight and decision making:

  • Assurance (three lines of defence)
  • Stage Gates Process
  • Chain of Command
  • Delegated authority
  • Integrated into existing company structure & governance

Benefits Management

Implement a framework to identify, define, plan, track and realise business outcomes and benefits:

  • Full line of sight from scope, outputs to specific business and wider enterprise outcomes
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Value, vision and strategy
  • Social value and Environmental (carbon)