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RNC Delivers Outcomes On Projects, programs and portfolios.

Get Back On Track - Offering Advanced Project Management Solutions?​

Sometimes things go wrong. The problem is that no matter why they’re going wrong sometimes they have to be made right, quickly, quietly and effectively.

RNC started as a specialist in righting projects, programs and portfolios that for whatever reason were struggling. It’s become our trademark and our reputation has been built on it.

Fixing failing projects takes a higher-order skill, it’s a specialist area and we work hard to attract people who are really good at it. If you’re experiencing the below your project is starting to fail. 

Your project is running late?

Why? If your PM says “We’re going to make it!” without good reason you’re in trouble…

You don't feel in control?

Are project decision rights clear? Are the right people making the important decisions?

No clarity into the project?

Dynamic Governance is required. You need information that tells you where you’re going, why that’s predicted and what’s needed from you to make it so.

Your instinct says there's something wrong?

If you feel something is wrong there probably is something wrong, but we bet you won’t be able to work it out from the reports you’re getting or the assurances of your PM.

Something just does not feel right?

Can your Project Manager tell you in 30 seconds what they’re doing and why? If not, you have a problem

Want to see results without the drama?

You need the right people with the right skills to get the job done right

How can we help?

Advice on what is needed and best approaches

RNC specialises in helping clients get the outcome they want from in flight and proposed projects. We do this by consulting and advising on the three elements of project success:

The Right Projects

The Right Methods

The Right Skills

Is the project really ok?

RNC can review inflight projects, programs and portfolios and suggest (and implement) changes.

Are we using the right tools?

There is no perfect project management software or method. We can help you pick the right one (or even a hybrid approach) for your project.

Need the project to succeed?

Dynamic Governance is required. You need information that tells you where you’re going, why that’s predicted and what’s needed from you to make it so.

What information do I need so I’m confident?

Dynamic Governance is required. You need information that tells you where you’re going, why that’s predicted and what’s needed from you to make it so.

What is the best structure for my project?

There is no one “best” project structure. We can help you select the right one for your project.

What’s the difference between a Project and a Program Manager?

Projects Managers drive a single outcome, Program Managers multiple. To be successful as a Program Manager you have to be a systems thinker, have courage, and instinct.

What is a PMO/EPMO?

A Strategy Project Management Office assesses projects against strategy and supports standard project execution. An Admin PMO provides support to projects and programs.

Do we need a PMO?

An industry focused on administration and backward-looking updates has developed around PMOs. It doesn’t have to be so. Call us before you green light the set up.

What do all those titles mean?

Check out our terminology page for a simple guide to project terminology.

How can we help?

Let's make it happen.

We provide project, program and portfolio administrators, managers and directors to deliver your outcomes. We match the role to the skills, qualifications and experience of our resources to ensure clients receive the right person to deliver their outcome.

RNC believes in using the tools and methods to support execution. We do not believe that blind dedication, commitment, devotion and adherence to any particular process, method or tool is a guarantee of success.

All RNC people are multilingual in the major (and many of the minor) project, program and portfolio methods and tools. We’re multilingual and multicultural across industries, domains and project types. We can, and do, work with whatever methods and tools your organisation uses. That way, we fit in more easily, can get going more quickly, and don’t cause you any ‘justification of variation’ problems.

“If you don’t have a method or tools we can help you pick one, quickly and efficiently for your project. There is no need to reinvent the wheel”.

Want it delivered but not by upsetting anyone?

We can’t guarantee happy but we make it as pleasant and acceptable as possible by matching the right person to your company culture to reduce conflict and improve all- round performance.

Do you want the outcome not just the process?​

RNC people know process and procedure and tools are important but not as important as client outcomes

Administration or Execution​?

Execution first. RNC people work with tools and methods but never let them be considered an end in themselves. Administration is essential, it’s just not the reason for the project.

It will be audited so it has to be compliant​

We have extensive experience in regulated and controlled environments. We’ll always ensure your project complies – and we’ll still get the job done.

Give me the truth and information that I need.​

Dynamic Governance is required. You need information that tells you where you’re going, why that’s predicted and what’s needed from you to make it so.

What role do I need to play?

You need to have the vision to get something done, and the willingness and ability to get support and resources

How can I be confident I will get my outcome?

You need to provide focus on the project, receive clarity on what is happening and exert control over the project

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The One True Way

Every now and then something comes along that sticks. Sometimes it’s an idea I can’t shake, or the slightest break in memory giving me a glimpse of something important, something I want to know again.

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Debs Skene

After returning from London in 1999 where Debs gained extensive experience working for Barclays Capital, she decided to continue working within the Banking & Finance industry for the next ten years.

It was during her time at Asgard that Debs first worked alongside Diane Dromgold. Given Debs is results-driven, has incredibly good time management skills; and loves working and managing teams of people whilst maintaining a great ‘sense of fun’ in her every day, it was obvious that a career in Project Management was for her. Being invited to join the RNC team was an honour and privilege and created many opportunities to work alongside very dedicated, highly skilled and successful project managers. Debs has continued to work on many projects within the Banking & Financial Services industry, as well as the Hospitality Industry and local community groups.

Debs moved to Queensland in 2011 with partner Tim and they have two beautiful daughters who are heavily involved in Swimming, Basketball, Nippers and Martial Arts. 

Janelle Panton

Janelle is a versatile professional who believes in a flexible and pragmatic approach to deliver business outcomes and to just get stuff done.

With a background in the Financial Services and Consumer Health Manufacturing sectors, Janelle spent time in a number of customer service and operational delivery roles whilst completing an MBA (Executive), before finding a passion and skill for program management.

Janelle has a commercial and common sense understanding in managing change and business transformation, and has delivered new product, business process improvement, compliance, IT and offshoring programmes. 

Janelle joined RNC in 2014 after working alongside Diane and the team on a large integration programme. The appeal of working with a “Really Nice Company” aligned with her values and clinched the deal.

Janelle has two teenage daughters to keep her grounded and, along with her husband, is a keen spectator of live sport and trying out new and adventurous recipes on her family and friends.

Jonathan Molyneux

Jonathan is a highly experienced Project Manager who has worked in many different countries with a multitude of cultures across both Business and IT departments to deliver value into organisations.

Jonathan started his career as a Graduate Trainee with a Lloyds of London Underwriting firm; this set the tone for the next decade learning the development delivery disciplines across multiple Financial Organisations throughout London.

With a strong tendency towards problem solving and a systematic and methodical approach to challenges it was a logical step into Project Management. Jonathan has delivered on numerous projects across a diverse range of business requirements.

Jonathan joined RNC in 2016, and during this time has worked in industries such Pharmaceutical, Commercial Real Estate and Entertainment delivering on a number of projects utilising methodologies and strong governance regime to ensure delivery of business solutions in line with expectations. 

Angela Edwards

Angela’s career has focused on delivering domestic and international projects ranging in size and complexity for both private sector and government clients.

A native of Bowral in the Southern Highlands, she gained her business and administration diploma in Canberra before embarking on her first overseas working experience in Japan.

In her project management career, Angela has excelled at managing complex environments and competing interests within the pressures and dictates of diverse environments. Her focus is always on the outcome, with. an ability to work out what is needed and make sure all avenues are considered and all risks are covered.

She has lived and worked in the USA, Dublin, London, Hong Kong, Manila, Singapore, Jakarta, and Tokyo and is accomplished at building and developing high-performing teams.

In her personal life, Angela is an avid golf fan, a traveller and a keen appreciator of Asian and native American art and collectibles. 

Simon Harwood

Simon has had a unique career path, starting off as a drug development chemist before completing his MBA at MIT Sloan in the US in 2008 and then transitioning in to the business world.

Since 2008, Simon has worked for a range of executive teams in London and Sydney successfully delivering complex business projects and programs all with a change management focus and often where timelines have been extremely tight.

Simon joined RNC in 2018, and has diverse experience working in a range of functions – including marketing, IT, and manufacturing – in the pharmaceutical, consumer healthcare, consumer products, and airline industries.

Simon has a young daughter and is a committed member of his local Christian church where he volunteers his time during the week and at weekends.

Andrew Mencinsky

Andrew has had a varied and diverse career, however one with a continual focus on helping organisations and individuals achieve their objectives.

From university Andrew founded a technology business assisting small to medium businesses implement and effectively use technology, before moving to deliver significant projects for Optus and a leading national commercial interiors organisation.

Andrew completed his MBA (Executive) from the AGSM in 2004, after which he spent time with PWC advising public and private sector clients on improving organisational performance through technology.

Andrew joined RNC in 2009, and during his time at RNC has delivered multiple high visibility and high value projects across multiple industries such as banking, insurance, construction and commercial real estate.

Andrew is the father of three young children and has a strong social conscience, giving generously of his time to support local, national and international Ukrainian schools and youth organisations.

Diane Dromgold

Having chosen project delivery as a career and honed her craft working for the Federal Government, Qantas, Philips, and KPMG, Diane decided to strike out and start a project service that would give clients certainty.

Diane started RNC to address five problems:

  • The increasing market frustration with project failure and consequences
  • The increasing focus on process and procedure over delivering the outcome
  • The disconnect between what people want from projects and what project managers want to do
  • To put the outcome back in projects
  • To put the client back in the driver’s seat

Diane regularly presents at conferences on topics ranging from the basic how-to of running projects, to the latest thinking and approaches in project, program and portfolio management.

Diane has authored one book, contributed to several others and provided the foreword on a leading book on influence for project managers. Many of her presentations have been published in proceedings and other publications.