Projects, Change & Transformation

Projects fail because of people, not technology.

8 of the top 10 reasons projects fail relate to people and communication! That's why Teamgage gives you insights across your organisation, of the people component of change, while creating teams that come together to communicate and own their own improvements.

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Whatever your change project - we got this.

The key is continuous improvement within teams! We'll embed each step of improvement, while giving project leaders valuable insights into where corrections and investment are most needed.

  • Honest insights into the state of your projects
  • Quickly remove any blockages to change
  • Spread ideas and innovation amongst teams
  • Teams are motivated to own and drive change
  • Get a standardised measure across teams
  • Focus on your metrics that are unique to you

Teams continuously improving

Team members provide feedback in our unique 20-second submission page on topics like “Change”. Teams then regularly huddle to look at their latest team results together, driving ownership, ideas and improvement.

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Team Managers supported & upskilled

Meanwhile Team Managers will be upskilled using the Teamgage Academy with a range of courses relating to projects, and change and transformation, plus access to a one-on-one team engagement coach.

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Deeper insights with surveys

You’ll also be able to run more detailed analysis with one-off or regular Teamgage Surveys to look at specific subjects e.g. a deep dive questionnaire on your latest project.

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Visibility for Senior Leaders

Finally, senior leaders will have real-time visibility across the organisation and its teams to understand what’s working and what isn’t, giving you the ability to act sooner and move faster.

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Customer story

"The staff were given the opportunity to step outside of their normal roles and develop their project management skills – an aspect that many have not experienced before."

Dinabee Sander,
Manager, People, Strategy & System Services,
Department of Human Services SA

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