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Teach a man to fish...

The Chinese philosopher Lao Tzu said, “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach him how to fish and you feed him for a lifetime”.

While many consulting firms are happy to keep selling you their “fish”, at Phase3 we want to help you build a sustainable project management organization with consistent processes, standards, and results.

It all starts with the Project Maturity Assessment.

Based on our extensive experience and armed with industry best practices, we will work with you to understand and analyze your current project process, metrics and level.

Once we have a solid understanding of your current state, we will help you understand the pros and cons, then work with you to tailor process and policy improvements to help you get to where you want to be.

Instead of replacing your staff, we will supplement them with the tools and training needed to optimize project delivery.

Working hand-in-hand with you as your trusted advisor, we will help you implement the needed changes and ensure adoption and measurable improvement.

What is Project Management Maturity?

Your Project Management Maturity (PMM) is a measure of how well your organization manages projects. Does your organization execute projects effectively and consistently while staying on time and under budget?

Our PMM Assessment serves to identify areas of opportunity and provide a clear roadmap for improvement. We evaluate your overall project management maturity level in the following areas:

  • Organization: Where do projects fit in your organizational structure? Who makes the decisions on projects? How are projects resourced and who has ultimate control over them?
  • People: What project management skills and expertise do your staff have and how do they perform? Are they supported throughout the life cycle of the project?
  • Processes: How do you evaluate, select and prioritize projects? What standards and project management methodology do you use? How do you report project progress and manage risk?
  • Tools: What tools do you use to manage projects? Do you look at all your projects as an overall portfolio and manage them as such?

We work with you to ensure our recommendations are realistic and advance your project management capability over time. We then partner with you to help make incremental improvements over time.

Is PMM something you can afford to miss out on?