Two members of Leapman's management team, Pedro Balsa (General Manager) and Carlos Pampliega (Construction Management partner), have been included among the 50 most important leaders in Project Management in 2022 by the prestigious American institution leadersHum. It so happens that this is the only Spanish company with two people in this ranking, in which only three other Spaniards appear. This recognition confirms the commitment to quality in the human team and the application of the most effective project management practices that Leapman has carried out since its foundation in 2017.
Leapman is a strategic consulting firm dedicated to the complete management of the project life cycle, from the detection of the need to its successful transfer to operations, ensuring the expected benefits and expectations. This includes project management, portfolios and implementation and optimization of PMOs (Project Management Office).
Professionalized project management enhanced with the latest technology available in the sector will help minimize risks, optimize quality and achieve maximum efficiency in the next project, achieving savings of 5-15% of the budget. Pedro Balsa defines the role of the Project Manager as an orchestra conductor who leads the different soloists who are going to carry out the projects to transform different aspects of the company.
As the video explains, Leapman is dedicated to Project Management in a broad sense that includes the strategic and operational components. That is, Portfolio Management, selecting the best projects, and Project Management, efficient execution of individual projects, that is, finishing on time, cost, scope and customer satisfaction in each individual effort.
Among others, Leapman is participating in the DART+ project, the modernization of the Dublin railway network in the Republic of Ireland with a budget of €1,000 million, as well as various projects in the real estate and tertiary sectors. It also provides services to SMEs.
20% of projects are pure waste, according to a report by the Project Management Institute. The good news is that this figure drops to 11% for companies that reach a high level of project management maturity. There is a correlation between the strategic alignment and the operational development of the projects, that is, in addition to selecting better projects, they execute them more efficiently.