- Individually designable
- Scope as required
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The maturity level analysis PSC 100 developed by us is a practicable and fast analysis tool which checks the most important elements of successful project management. With just under 100 questions, you get a quick overview of the status of your PM maturity and concrete recommendations for improvements. Make a first quick analysis with our Quick-Check. Based on this, you then decide whether and which detailed analysis is helpful and useful.
You will quickly have a systematic and well-founded overview of the status of your project management and the opportunities for improvement. This forms a professional discussion basis for discussing, deciding and implementing any necessary measures.
In recent years, project management has been professionally developed and standardized worldwide. These standards help to ensure that the same terms and methods are used in projects from different industries and countries. Only in this way is it possible to work together successfully across the board. The ISO Standard 21500:2012 “Guidance on project management” was supported by the major international project management organisations such as PMI and IPMA and has made significant progress towards standardisation.
The model underlying our PSC-100 analysis is based on the Capability Maturity Model of Carnegie-Mellon and shows 5 different maturity levels:
With the maturity model used, you can see exactly where your project management is currently located and measure progress directly. Of course, you will also receive comprehensive recommendations on how to further develop your organisation. We work with three different methods:
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