Project management

A successful project requires skilled project managers. Awave’s own project managers has broad and extensive experience. The project manager oversees the budget and ensures that the work flows according to the activities and schedules that have been set.

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From start-up to launch

The project manager is the one having overall responsibility of the project – from start-up to launch. The project manager also acts as the support regarding questions, thoughts and ideas between the customer and the development and design team.

The project manager is also the one who makes sure that staff and users with the right skills are available for the execution of the work. Also to make sure that activities are prioritized so that established time and project plans are followed. Many times, the project manager’s ability to manage and coordinate is a decisive factor for the project’s success.

The role of project manager also includes the administrative work which means formulating goals, designing project plans, resources and schedules, and booking meetings with the steering and project group for follow-up, reporting and workshops.

Project methods

Our experience tells us that close cooperation with the customer always gives the best result.

Always, we are responsive and listen to your wishes about which project method you want to work on. Many customers prefer the classic waterfall model, others prefer agile system development such as scrum. You as a customer decide on the working method that suits your company best.

The waterfall model is a process based on a one-way work process.

You set up a plan for how a project should proceed and then follow the plan only in that direction. Progress in the project is seen as a flow through various phases: preparation, establishment, analysis, design, development, testing, production and maintenance.

Scrum is an established method for system development invented in the 1990s.

Focus in the scrum method is on business benefits and the opportunity to change the project over time in a structured way. You do not work according to a specific requirement specification, but instead you have a backlog, a living list of priority requests.