Project and program management

Piko UK provides bespoke project management services. Through robust planning and strategy, stakeholder engagement, and management of time scope and cost we turn raw concepts and visions into tangible outcomes.

We believe that bringing together the power of an organisation’s networks and focusing them is the key to success.

Piko is a Māori word meaning change of direction. We’re here to help you navigate every bend in the road ahead of you.

Who we are

We’re an international company made up of passionate people who specialise in delivering outcomes and change. We have worked for SMEs, 3rd sector organisations, government agencies, political campaigns and community organisations.

Because of our experience across several sectors, Piko brings a wealth of knowledge and new ideas to your organisation. We get the big picture while also having a clear idea about what’s happening on the ground.

Most importantly, we don’t just deliver a project or campaign for you. We give you the tools to grow.

Creating change can feel like a daunting task. It can feel like the barriers and work involved is overwhelming. We’re here to help you take those crucial first steps and empower your organisation to take control of it.

What we do

We deliver bespoke project management using Prince2 and Agile tools.

We help your organisation plan projects by breaking down projects into stages.

We then manage each stage so the projects budget, timeframe and quality tolerances are kept to and your organisation achieves the change you require.

What we're thinking about

What's our take on the news of the day? What have we been learning from our work?

Keep on top of what Piko director Nick Kelly's been thinking about in his blog.


  • Why UK Labour lost? Part 9: What the party needs to do now. 16th January, 2020
    UK Labour lost the general election. A new leader needs to be elected. The Labour Party is now consumed in this process. Much has been said and written about why Labour lost, the quality of which varies considerably. The broader context of this defeat is that over the last century, UK Labour has won 8 […]
  • Why UK Labour lost?  Part 8: What it takes to win 15th January, 2020
    The UK Labour Party in the 2019 election assumed that like in 2017, the release of their policy manifesto would see their support increase significantly. Assuming that 2019 would be a re-run of 2017 was a foolish mistake. Also in 2017 Labour was under new leadership, and it was the first time in many years […]
  • Why UK Labour lost?  Part 7: Momentum and the Corbynistas 15th January, 2020
    The previous post looked at how those who opposed Corbyn contributed to the election loss. Corbyn’s allies also contributed to Labour’s loss. The factional organisation Momentum was formed after the election of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour Leader in 2015. It is headed by longstanding party left activist Jon Lansman. Jon’s role as Chair of Momentum […]
  • Why UK Labour lost? Part 6: New Labour & Blairism 14th January, 2020
    In 2017 Tony Blair, Alistair Campbell and those in Labour who had never accepted Jeremy Corbyn being elected party leader had their speeches prepared. Worst defeat since 1983. “Look, this just shows that Labour can’t get elected if you move too far to the left. You need to have a leader who is moderate, sensible […]

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