Project Management Maturity Assessments

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Project Management Maturity Assessments

A Project Management Maturity Assessment is done to determine the organisation’s Project Management Maturity level. This assessment shows the organisation their current state of project management maturity and informs them of the road going forward to get to where they would like to be. The results of the assessment help to establish key focus areas that can be improved going forward, and it also serves as a baseline for future Maturity Assessments.

The PMO gives a centralised view of project costs, resources, and risks, and is the centre of project implementation where it is ensured that the portfolio is well-managed and delivering benefits to the organisation.

The need

The results of a Project Management Maturity Assessment are used to develop an improvement road-map for the organisation. This road-map focuses on identifying the project management best practices that are not currently in place and on the initiatives to implement these best practice areas.

Since a Maturity Assessment has a continuous improvement drive, all organisations that perform projects stand to benefit from it. For companies with a relatively low level of project management maturity, the assessment will inform them of areas that can be standardised.

For relatively more mature companies, including ones that have previously undergone the Maturity Assessment and that have subsequently initiated relevant interventions, would typically be able to measure and control their project management actions.

The need

The results of a Project Management Maturity Assessment are used to develop an improvement road-map for the organisation. This road-map focuses on identifying the project management best practices that are not currently in place and on the initiatives to implement these best practice areas.

Since a Maturity Assessment has a continuous improvement drive, all organisations that perform projects stand to benefit from it. For companies with a relatively low level of project management maturity, the assessment will inform them of areas that can be standardised.

For relatively more mature companies, including ones that have previously undergone the Maturity Assessment and that have subsequently initiated relevant interventions, would typically be able to measure and control their project management actions.

The Implementation

Assessment

Understand the importance of proper project risk management and how it contributes to successful project management and project outcomes.

Analysis output

Understand the importance of proper project risk management and how it contributes to successful project management and project outcomes.

Implementation phase

The efficiency of project reviews depends heavily on accurate and timely communication between key stakeholders, to ensure commonality of expectations around what the project is intended to achieve, and how the review process will support it. Reviews therefore require periodic, formal interaction between stakeholders, typically called “setting-up-for-success” sessions. Team members responsible for components of the project will interact with reviewers during such sessions, present their deliverables, and indicate what improvements or alterations were made since the previous interaction.

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