© 1984, 1990, 1996
Our approach to project delivery is based on several facts about implementation
illustrated in the chart above.
- The most important decisions are made at the start of any human
endeavor. This is when we address questions such as "What to do?",
identify goals and select strategic plans of action.
- The cost of change increases as any project progresses. In the
beginning, few resources have been committed. Later on not only have resources
been expended but the interactions of thousands of decisions have increased
the complexity of making change.
We respond by making extra effort early in the project when the most
important decisions are made and when the cost of change is minimal. By
starting with clear purpose in the correct direction, the project success
is achieved with minor mid-course corrections.
FULFILL NEEDS | DESIGN
QUALITY | ON TIME | MANAGE
The success of many of our projects depended on the success of early phases.
For example, SafeCard Services, Inc. and Check Sorting Operation for First National Bank of Chicago.
© 1996 Davis Associates Architects & Consultants,
53 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60604-3606