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Project Management Maturity Assessments

Our Project Management Maturity Assessment Service is designed to evaluate and enhance your organisation's project management capabilities. By assessing your current maturity level, we provide a clear understanding of your project management strengths and areas for improvement.

This comprehensive assessment identifies key focus areas and establishes a baseline for future growth, guiding you towards achieving higher efficiency, consistency, and success in project, program, and portfolio delivery.

The insights gained from the assessment help in developing a tailored roadmap for continuous improvement, ensuring your organisation is equipped to meet its strategic objectives and deliver value through well-managed projects.

The need

The assessment results are used to develop an improvement roadmap for the organisation, focusing on project management best practices that are not currently in place and identifying initiatives to implement these practices. Due to the continuous improvement drive of a maturity assessment, all organisations that perform projects can benefit from it.

  • For companies with a relatively low level of project management maturity: The assessment highlights areas that can be standardised.
  • For more mature companies: Those that have previously undergone the maturity assessment and initiated relevant interventions can measure and control their project management actions more effectively.

Implementation

Organisations can choose to undergo assessments for portfolio management, program management, project management, or any combination of these domains. The stages of process improvement—standardise, measure, control, or continuously improve—should also be selected.

The maturity assessment is conducted by interviewing a representative sample of the organisation’s project management community. Information is collected from representatives from different areas of the business, such as executive management, human resources, and portfolio management.

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Deliverables from the Assessment

  1. Maturity Assessment Report:
    • Organisational maturity per section/division and management level
    • Overall organisational maturity levels for project, program, and portfolio management
    • Currently observable best practices
  2. Improvement Framework:
    • Identification of best practices gaps
    • Roadmap for implementing best practices, including possible improvement projects
    • Evaluation and addressing of best practices related to all elements

The need

The assessment results are used to develop an improvement roadmap for the organisation, focusing on project management best practices that are not currently in place and identifying initiatives to implement these practices. Due to the continuous improvement drive of a maturity assessment, all organisations that perform projects can benefit from it.

  • For companies with a relatively low level of project management maturity: The assessment highlights areas that can be standardised.
  • For more mature companies: Those that have previously undergone the maturity assessment and initiated relevant interventions can measure and control their project management actions more effectively.

Implementation

Organisations can choose to undergo assessments for portfolio management, program management, project management, or any combination of these domains. The stages of process improvement—standardise, measure, control, or continuously improve—should also be selected.

The maturity assessment is conducted by interviewing a representative sample of the organisation’s project management community. Information is collected from representatives from different areas of the business, such as executive management, human resources, and portfolio management.

Deliverables from the Assessment

  1. Maturity Assessment Report:
    • Organisational maturity per section/division and management level
    • Overall organisational maturity levels for project, program, and portfolio management
    • Currently observable best practices
  2. Improvement Framework:
    • Identification of best practices gaps
    • Roadmap for implementing best practices, including possible improvement projects
    • Evaluation and addressing of best practices related to all elements

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