PROJECT & PROGRAMME SUPPORT
We help businesses increase productivity by applying new ways of thinking
We work closely with our clients to review their organisation and identify opportunities to increase efficiency and sustain business growth.
We enable strategic agility, fresh thinking and new options to develop individuals and teams as a firm foundation for sustainable improvement and continued success. We reinforce company strategy and drive performance.
Founded by Chartered Engineers, Dragonfly Directors works with organisations that service both Defence and other Industries. Our process has been developed by working with business owners and business development teams across Industry to provide a professional support function in the delivery of projects.
We know that keeping the project running smoothly is crucial. We provide assistance to programmes and projects, supporting their development and driving growth through:
- change management
- investigative and analytical tasks
- engaging with stakeholders
- coordinating activities, resources, equipment and information
- process improvement and strategy
- preparing reports, business cases and action plans
We work with you to align your team to the vision in order to achieve your objectives.
Our unique methods provide business improvement through strategy development and director-level support.
Dragonfly Directors specialise in engineering, logistics and information project management in both defence procurement and defence programmes.
Our dedicated and specialist team provides complete management solutions from strategy formulation through to delivery. Our defined and robust approach is borne out of extensive military experience which includes the Army, Fleet and Air as well as working with DE&S from both the military and civilian perspectives.
For industries supplying DE&S – or hoping to supply – we have experience with Army HQ, Navy HQ and Air HQ as well as working with DE&S and ISS. Our insights into the Intelligent Customer initiative means we can guide you in understanding what is actually being requested through the tendering process.