During the pandemic, many companies have been pushed to operate in new ways and have responded with innovative pivots. The Project Bureau is one of these companies, and managing director Andrew Fox describes its journey.
At the outbreak of the pandemic last year, The Project Bureau was facing a crisis point where planned projects had vanished and we found that we needed to ‘pivot’ to provide a service to our customers that would not only support the customers in these trying times, but also allow The Project Bureau to survive and as Managing Director, the team was looking to me for guidance.
To help, I used SUCEDE, which is a decision support model developed by Dr Richard Barber from RiskIQ. Our companies have worked together in the past and I was able to utilise the concepts in this model to help in make decisions, in what could only be classed as very uncertain times.
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