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Hi, I'm Douglas Robinson, management consultant, project manager, professional facilitator, technical writer, content creator, freelance editor, eLearning instructional developer, and digital publisher.

I have over forty years practical experience in commerce and industry, and have been running my own management consulting and professional facilitation business for the past twenty-eight years, delivering value through effectively transferring knowledge, building competency and implementing best practice. I have sixteen years as an international consultant, facilitator and business trainer.

My mission is to help individuals achieve their success goals, create value and future-proof their careers through acquiring knowledge, developing critical skills and building competency in the four key perspectives of their lives: Financial, Professional, Personal, and Learning and Growth


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Management and business consulting, developing business plans, strategy consulting using Balanced Scorecard framework, scenario planning, strategy mapping, improving operations and business processes, sales, marketing and supply chain optimisation, managing and improving human capital using the Personal Balanced Scorecard System, and DISC behavioural profiling system.


Technical and non-fiction writing, content creation, business plans, marketing plans, educational and training materials, eLearning instructional design, eBooks and digital products. Freelance editing and proofreading of theses, dissertations, research proposals, learning materials, and technical reports.


On-line and in-person coaching for entrepreneurs, business owners, managers, supervisors and front-line managers.  I also train managers, supervisors and project managers to be coaches.


Facilitation of learning and development programs, scenario planning, strategic planning, problem-solving, negotiation skills, innovation and future shaping sessions and workshops.


Practical project management, coaching of project managers and project teams, project consulting and project management training.


Specialist consulting on food safety and HACCP and implementation of HACCP, and HACCP-based food safety systems in food manufacturing and food service organisations.

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Templates for Developing and Writing Project Scope Statements.

Fully customizable MS Word template for developing and writing a comprehensive project scope statement.
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A carefully written scope statement is the first step in reducing project risk. Defining the project scope and writing the scope statement is one of the most critical activities a project manager is required to do.

The scope statement is a detailed description of the work to be performed to deliver the product, service, or result with the specified features and functions as required by the project owner. Writing a comprehensive project scope statement is a challenging task at the best of times, but this task is made easier when you use a template as a guide.

Use this fully customizable MS Word template to guide you through the process. Key sections of the template include:

  • Project background and current environment.
  • Project business objective.
  • Comprehensive description of the product, service, or result to be delivered.
  • Project scope:
    • Key deliverables and expected outcomes.
    • Project boundaries: what is included in, and what is excluded from the project.
    • Context analysis: a description of the organizational context and environment within which the project will operate.
    • Preliminary schedule.
    • Preliminary estimate of resources.
    • Preliminary budget.
  • Key project parameters, including:
    • Key constraints.
    • Key assumptions.
    • Detailed risk analysis.
    • Critical success factors
      • What key stakeholders expect from the project.
      • How success of the project will be measured.
      • Who will decide if the project is successful, and
      • Who will sign the project off.
    • Project, stage or phase exit criteria
    There are two templates included in the downloadable file: a) detailed scope planning template, and b) simple scope template.
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