Fact-based information to establish an effective and robust project control system
conduct an assessment of the current state of your project control system, provide recommendations, and produce a road map to help you achieve your business objectives – whether at the corporate level or for a specific project. Our structured system assessment framework reflects the EIA-748 Standard for Earned Value Management Systems (EVMS) five process areas and 32 guidelines as well as other industry guides.
The assessment reviews:
We produce an system assessment report so you can make informed decisions. The report provides concise fact-based information, observations, and recommendations targeted to align with your business needs. As desired, we also produce a road map you can use as a basis to implement system, toolset, or user enhancements.
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Project control process, procedures, and artifact review
Toolset configuration and data integration review
Data quality and traceability audit
Requirements workshops or user interviews
Fact-based assessment report
Management assessment, observations, and recommendations briefing
Next steps road map – implementation plan and schedule
Reviews all factors: business needs, process, procedures, artifacts, toolset configuration and implementation, data quality, how current system is used
Structured assessment approach reflects industry EVMS standards and project control best practices supported with objective evidence
Actionable recommendations provide the foundation to determine the steps, and sometimes the phases, to enhance the project control system or to create a scalable project control system
Catalyst to articulate and capture corporate project control system objectives and business needs
Fact-based information assists in the decision making process – what actions are likely to provide the greatest return on investment?
Provides opportunity to identify and resolve data integrity as well as usability issues that compromise the system’s ability to provide timely, reliable, and actionable information