LINKplan provides information on:
structured approach to projects and project management
consistent approach to projects
steps in the project process
organization, our attitudes, competencies and adaptability
In LINK, projects are described by a
sequential structure with Phases, Decision Points (DP) and Milestones (MS). In
addition, we have People-and-Plan-Points (PPP). It recognizes the fact that the
people involved make the difference in how projects are delivered.
There are 5 project phases in a LINK project management model:
There are four mandatory Decision
Points in the LINK Project Management model. Focus on these DPs will facilitate
adherence to the scope and budget and making important decisions visible and
transparent for customer and LINK Project Manager/Management.
There are four mandatory milestones
which all mark the transition from one phase to another.
“People-and-Plan-Points” are time
points focusing on the interaction between the project team and the customer.
This allows us to take appropriate actions if needed to ensure we deliver
according to our customer promises and to the customer’s satisfaction.
As a part
of LINK project management the project manager or designee will develop the
Project Management Plan in the early phase of each project. The content of this
document will be discussed with the customer so this is how we customize our
approach to the individual project, within the framework of LINKplan™.