A realistic and pragmatic five-tier framework
Tramore Group professionals get results using a realistic and pragmatic framework that enables them to tailor a unique approach to each project.
1. Our guiding principles
Our relationships and how we do our work are guided by a set of fundamental principles:
- Honesty and integrity in everything we do
- Our first loyalty is to the program
- The program’s best interests will guide our thinking and actions
- Communication is paramount. Tell it like it is. Always. Promptly
- Our professionals will have the right mix of skills and experience for the program
- Our collective knowledge and experience is a resource to every program we manage
- We never overstay our welcome
2. Our philosophy
We believe that successful initiatives are the result of applying the project management rigour and disciplines necessary to achieve the desired outcomes.
We establish an approach that recognizes the culture and usual practices of our client and augment these with our proven methodologies, toolsets and people.
3. Our methodology
We translate our philosophy into a pragmatic approach. Rather than one-size-fits-all, we select, tailor and apply only those elements of project management methodology that are required to deliver the desired outcomes.
4. Our toolset
We have assembled a library of processes, templates and information technology tools that provide an integrated toolset for planning and managing programs and projects. Many elements of this library are proprietary to Tramore Group. We continuously update this library as part of our plan-do-review-learn culture.
5. Our people
We provide the right people with the right skills, the right experience and the right blend of project management art and science … every time.
PMBOK and other disciplines
The foundation of sound project management is using and applying best practices that are defined by professional organizations that relate to project management and are widely adopted.
The Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) is maintained by the Project Management Institute. “Other disciplines” refers to the bodies of knowledge and best practices of other professional organizations. We apply this knowledge and these practices as we deliver our projects.