As a team, we’re proud of what we do and the way in which we do it. This hasn’t happened by chance, it’s through the application of the core principles and values that we set when Project One was established in 1998.
Our purpose is to make a real difference to our clients. So, our business operation is kept simple, enabling our team to focus on delivery, proactively building relationships and consistently demonstrate the value we add.
Small High-Impact Teams
We lead complex change programmes, working alongside client teams and their third parties. Our account teams regularly review client challenges to ensure we maximise our value.
Our culture is to openly share experience for the benefit of the team and our clients. Our online collaboration enables our team to engage with each other, real-time, so that every client challenge can benefit from our collective capabilities and experience. We welcome new members to our team with a thorough induction, ensuring they are set up for success.
We’re a national organisation, with a fully employed model, supported by a central Shared Services and Business Development team. We operate a relatively flat structure, where contribution is measured through providing great value to our clients and proactively building relationships, not on subjective performance appraisals or KPI’s.
We employ highly experienced people and operate a culture with a highly collaborative style. Our relatively flat structure encourages relationships based on mutual respect, as well open and honest feedback. We encourage real and valuable conversations by picking up the phone and not just communicating via email.
Regular social team events allow us to catch up with colleagues and celebrate success. This is also a great opportunity to recognise and reward exceptional contribution from the team. Once a year we bring the whole company together for our annual event. This event focuses on informing the team on the business direction for the year ahead, in an engaging manner, as well as have a great celebration.