I think projects are fantastic because they're purposeful and are usually intended to solve a problem, make something better, create a home or offer
an experience. I also enjoy the finite nature of projects, with their distinct beginning, middle and end phases.
The beginning: I love it when someone comes to us with an idea that they're excited about, and we can help them work through the questions and distil it down. We offer incites that we've learned over the last 20 years and look for improvements.
The middle: This is where the rubber meets the road, and we get busy. Having clarity from the beginning, we are awesome at focusing people and working towards a common goal. With dashes of creativity, open communication, a strong desire to do things well – while having fun doing it – we can do amazing things together.
The end: We like quantifying, learning and continual improvement, so if you do too, this is where some real magic can take place. While projects are finite, they are not always one-off, and a lot can be transferred to future projects or even business as usual processes.
Dare To Founder