Project Management Maturity Assessment
- Organizational -
The Organizational Project Management Maturity Assessment evaluates an organization's project management maturity based on seven (7) project management maturity components or dimensions.

  • Knowledge Management
  • Process Standards, Methods & Procedures
  • Technologies
  • Decision Support
  • Portfolio & Resource Management
  • Professional Development
  • Continuous Process Improvement

Rate your organization's present level of performance in each of the following maturity dimensions using the rating scale below:

1 = None (No formal/standard processes applied)
2 = Casual (Formal/standard processes irregularly applied)
3 = Intermittent (Formal/standard processes occasionally applied)
4 = Often (Formal/standard processes frequently applied and sporadically integrated throughout the organization)
5 = Sustained (Formal/standard processes consistently applied and integrated throughout the organization)
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Organization Name
Department
Name
Position/Title
Years at position
Project Name
e-Mail Address
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Project Management educational and training requirements are identified and required for all project management associates and project managers.
Formal, structured project management education and training are available for project associates and project managers.
Structured mentoring and coaching programs are used for on-the-job training for project associates and project managers.
A central project and program data repository, to capture critical project and program information and lessons learned, is maintained.
The central project and program data repository is consulted to improve performance of future projects and programs.
Project Integration Management
Process Standards, Methods & Procedures are necessary to effectively initiate, plan, execute, control and complete the definition, design, development and deployment tasks that are required to deliver enterprise products and services.
Key processes (team management, change control, prioritization, issues management, stakeholder communication), consistent with standards promoted by the Project Management Institute are in place with project managers and projects reflecting their coordinated application throughout the project's life cycle.
Standard methods and procedures exist for product development life cycles consistent with industry current best practices.
Project Management standard methods and procedures and product development life cycle processes are effectively integrated.
A project plan that contains appropriate project information is developed and approved for every project.
A structured project planning methodology is used to guide the team during development of the project plan and makes use of a combination of "hard" tools, such as project management software, and "soft" tools, such as facilitated startup meetings.
Project plan development procedures use relevant information, including organizational policies, historical information, and project requirements, and apply strategic planning techniques, to create a consistent, coherent document that is used to guide both project execution and control.
A formal work authorization system is in place for the purpose of sanctioning project work to ensure that work is done at the right time and in the proper sequence.
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