Project and program management are required to manage scope, cost, schedule, identify and mitigate risks, and ensure proactive and effective support throughout the life of the project/contract.
- Full lifecycle program management
- Requirement analysis and development
- SME consulting across program task areas
- Resource management
- Budget analysis and management
- Plans, policies, and procedures development, analysis, and implementation
- Government acquisition support to include research, recommendations, estimates, and documentation
- Executive customer support through written, oral, and formal presentations
Best Practices and Industry Standards:
Taurean’s management philosophy is Servant Leadership. Servant leadership is a management style where we focus on our team’s growth and well-being to put their needs first. The theory is that instead of employees serving the leader, the leader serves the employees. We believe that when our Team Members feel personally and professionally fulfilled, they produce high-quality work more efficiently. Servant leadership is vital in business because it creates a work environment in which employees feel respected, appreciated, and valued at all levels of our organization. Companies that follow a servant leadership philosophy have stronger work cultures with high Team Member morale, productivity, and retention.
Program Management Processes:
We are certified by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001. ISO 9001 sets out the criteria for a quality management system. The standard is based on several quality management principles. From a strong customer focus to ensuring the motivation and implication of top management, the standard can be used by any organization, irrespective of its size or industry sector.
We incorporate a knowledge management system to improve our efficiency and retain and share our corporate knowledge. We also provide Knowledge Management expertise to support preservation of important artifacts and training documentation within client organizations.”
IT Management Processes: