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Project Management Maturity Assessments

Project Management Maturity Assessments

Project Management Maturity is the progressive development of an enterprise-wide project management approach – including methodology, strategy, and decision-making process. Advancing project management maturity improves your organization’s effectiveness at balancing and executing projects, like

  • On-time project delivery
  • Cost reductions
  • Organizational efficiency
  • Profitability

The appropriate level of maturity will vary for each organization based on specific goals, strategies, resource capabilities, and needs.

We have worked with PMI’s OPM3 (Organizational Project Management Maturity Model), and have found that its complexity typically requires 5-600 hours of assessment effort and is not cost-effective for most of our clients. However, we have wonderful global colleagues we can refer if you want to use the OPM3 assessment.

Gantt uses an efficient Project Management Maturity Model Assessment

  • Founded on 15+ years of research with over a thousand companies
  • Patterned after the SEI’s 5 Level Capability Maturity Model
  • Based on PMI’s PMBOK® Guide’s 10 Knowledge Areas

Project Management Maturity
The PMMM is a comprehensive tool for enhancing your project management processes and covering areas critical to organizational improvement. Results are used to create an improvement plan roadmap, giving you realistic milestones for short and long-term priorities. Gantt works with you to ensure that your plan addresses change enablers that help overcome organization cultural barriers.

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