Project Recovery

As they say a battle plan rarely survives contact with the enemy. Sometimes even the best intentions and efforts from the development team or other stakeholders aren’t enough to keep a project on track. I’ve been able to save multiple projects from disaster without compromising on budget or quality, and I didn’t sacrifice the team to do it.

If you have a project in the weeds, here’s what I’ll do for you:

  • Work directly with the team for as long as it takes to get the project on track.
  • Triage and solve issues standing in the way of production, including team morale, skills, production velocity, and work quality.
  • Leave the team stronger and able to confidently tackle even more difficult projects in the future.