Program Management

Program Management

Program Management

Great design deserve great execution

Program management starts with ensuring the partnership is a solid match and establishing strong, open lines of communication. Once ROBRADY has thoroughly discussed client expectations, resources and goals and determined the fit is right, the journey from research to reality begins.


While project managers are the primary client liaisons, ROBRADY maintains an open door policy, welcoming client participation at every project stage. Whether through face-to-face meetings, email, GoToMeetings or Skype, constant feedback not only ensures that tasks are on target but allows for quick and nimble responses as projects evolve. Through weekly meetings, phase gates and the PRD, all stakeholders are kept, quite literally, on the same page. Learn More >


One Stop vs. One Size Fits All
The client is an integral part of ROBRADY’s formula for successful program management. Understanding client needs, vision, resources and goals allows us to create a tailored and comprehensive partnership whether the client is a start-up or a Fortune 500 multi-national. Our belief is that ROBRADY doesn’t work with companies – we work with people. Our proven, yet organic process is as unique as each individual client. The only thing that doesn’t change is the quality of the result. Learn More >


Quality Control
ROBRADY espouses the KAIZEN philosophy of continuous improvement. As a result, quality control isn’t just something that happens at the end of a project, but is constantly monitored in each group throughout a project. Learn more


Risk Mitigation
Following a formal kick-off, the project manager creates and oversees the budget and scheduling including phase gates where client sign-off is required before the project proceeds further. During this stage we plan what will work and we consider what won’t. By anticipating potential problems and setbacks, we can manage them and the loss of valuable time and resources.

The PM also works closely with the client as well as all studio resources to draft the Project Requirement Document (PRD). More than just a plan or a list of deliverables, the PRD serves as an objective yet organic document that can grow and evolve with a project, but remain the standard against which the project is constantly measured. This ensures the project stays on course, the budget stays on target and that the final product meets and exceeds expectations. Learn More >

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