The MIP-process model
Managing international projects is challenging: culture, leadership and communication across long distances, the influence of politics, religion, and legal systems as well as different time-zones are all factors that have an influence on the success of an international project.
We have developed the MIP-process model to take these challenges into consideration. We analyze the effects of culture, communication and cooperation in international projects. Using the outcome of the analysis, we help companies design processes to coordinate and control international projects.
The MIP-process model shows the maturity level of your company in the area of international projects. We also support your employees approach and cope with the challenges of international projects.
5 Modules for more success in your international projects
- MIP assess
Assesses the level of competence in the areas of culture, cooperation and communication
- MIP develop
Develops individual processes to coordinate and control international projects
- MIP train
Trains social competence in international projects
- MIP introduce
Introduces the coordination of international projects
- MIP coach
Individual coaching in the challenges in international projects
MIP-assess shows the maturity level of the company and the employees involved in international projects. The maturity level is used to design individual improvements with the help of MIP develop. MIP train focuses on the training of social competence in international projects. MIP introduce redesigns and introduces processes to coordinate and control international projects. MIP coach supports the individual challenges of international projects.
We are experts in answering these and many other questions in international projects.
This is because we have many years of experience.
How do you develop trust in international projects?
What is the impact of culture, leadership, communication, politics, legislation and working across different time zones on international projects? How can you best take all these factors into consideration?
How can you appropriately show respect for different points of view in international projects?