73% of clients chose Project Assistants over PMI’s OPM3 and competing methodologies based on the superior value of the Project Assistants Methodology.
A common barrier to success for many organizations is the absence of a coherent approach to improving Project and Portfolio Management (PPM) capabilities within their organization. Organizations often approach process, training, and technology as standalone initiatives, without an objective understanding of the organization’s current state of capability. Also, organizations often don’t have the experience to design an integrated program, including People Development, Process modification, and Project Management technology rollout to improve capabilities.
Project Assistants’ Analysis / Vision / Roadmap (AVR) improvement approach speeds the improvement of PPM discipline and competency within the organization. It defines a common sense plan for improvement through:
Assessing the current picture of your People, Processes, Technologies and Governance,
Envisioning the future, desired state for your PPM infrastructure, and
Building a roadmap based on the changes that need to happen to bridge the gap between your current state and the future state.
“Project Assistants provided outstanding help in our efforts to evaluate our options for an enterprise deployment of an updated project management solution. With their assistance, we developed a strategic plan for piloting and implementing a solution.”