Project management

Project management is a primary discipline in EnviDan and at the same time an integrated and natural part of our everyday work. Our project managers have a number of tools available that enable them to manage both large and small projects to obtain the right balance between time and documentation.

Our Quality and Environmental Management System is ISO certified, and our procedures ensure that nothing falls between the cracks. However we, at the same time, respect that flexibility and agility are key words in our project solutions. Therefore our procedures are adapted to a suitable level of complexity according to each individual project.

Custommade internal courses for project managers

To us it is important that our project managers have a high level of professional knowledge and are able to contribute to the projects with qualified solutions or professional sparring for the project.

We therefore have our own project manager training, which is composed of relevant subjects that are adapted to the way we carry out projects in EnviDan. We have external teachers when needed, but we also make use of internal experts for passing on their knowledge when relevant.

Process management

We experience an increasing demand from our customers to focus on how we do things. This entails that we actively take a position on the process we implement in connection with our task solution. In EnviDan we have many employees with great project management experience who are used to implementing a number of processes both internally and in collaboration with our customers.

In addition, we have trained and experienced process consultants who, in cooperation with our customers, can reflect on why we do as we do, and they can plan and conduct a well-structured process for workshops, implementation processes, etc. or as an integrated part of our solutions.

We conduct workshops, seminars, strategy development processes, theme days, etc., and it is our experience that the majority of major projects today include one or more of these workshops. The purpose of a workshop, or similar, may be many, but common to them is that they require some form of involvement from the participants, and often an essential purpose is ownership for the project.

Therefore, we deliver a process that involves the participants where they feel that they contribute and that they are an active part of the process. This entails that the process must contain more dialogue than monologue, and the result is that all ideas and opinions are included. Finally, a workshop is a fun and different break in an ordinary workday, and pulling participants from their habitual framework is often the key to success.

Gitte Kristensen