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Create strategies and plans for improvement that will accelerate the path to project management maturity.

A project management maturity assessment is a detailed analysis that helps determine the current maturity of core organisational functions and the best method through which a company can work towards becoming an industry leader.

Organisations invest a considerable amount of resources on upgrading and optimising their project management department to ensure seamlessly executed projects and consistently high quality standards in delivery.

The success of any management model is reliant on a company’s commitment to excellence. The right strategies can secure a continuum of behaviours and enable the convergence of people, processes, and technology to provide constant superior and well-grounded outcomes.

The benefit of having a resilient project management model is that you can focus on the root causes that disrupt your processes rather than investing resources on surface level solutions for the symptoms.

Why should maturity be assessed for a future-focused project management model?

With more efficient project management processes in place, you are able to reduce the complexity of collaborating with other departments, increase accountability, and transparency. These are benefits that are stakeholders will appreciate and will eventually reflect on your company’s bottom line.

Whether you are just learning about the benefits of maturity models or have been relying on them for years, strategising through close analysis can help revolutionise your team’s efforts and accelerate the time to your goals.

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    A project management maturity assessment is a detailed analysis that helps determine the current maturity of core organisational functions and the best method through which a company can work towards becoming an industry leader.

    Organisations invest a considerable amount of resources on upgrading and optimising their project management department to ensure seamlessly executed projects and consistently high quality standards in delivery.

    The success of any management model is reliant on a company’s commitment to excellence. The right strategies can secure a continuum of behaviours and enable the convergence of people, processes, and technology to provide constant superior and well-grounded outcomes.

    The benefit of having a resilient project management model is that you can focus on the root causes that disrupt your processes rather than investing resources on surface level solutions for the symptoms.

    Why should maturity be assessed for a future-focused project management model?

    With more efficient project management processes in place, you are able to reduce the complexity of collaborating with other departments, increase accountability, and transparency. These are benefits that are stakeholders will appreciate and will eventually reflect on your company’s bottom line.

    Whether you are just learning about the benefits of maturity models or have been relying on them for years, strategising through close analysis can help revolutionise your team’s efforts and accelerate the time to your goals.

    Access the infographic


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      Julie Brand

      A part of Kronos Group’s team since 2018, Julie is a leader who has honed her specialisation in business transformation and utilised her expansive financial expertise to power business strategy and add value to what we do. She has amassed experience (Pfizer, Sony, AXA, SMEC, Tradelink) all over the world in strategy, project management, analysis, and supply chain.