PMO Quick Maturity Assessment

FREE PMO Maturity Assessment

Complete the Quick Maturity Assessment to find out the state of your PMO

The Project Management Office Quick Maturity Assessment (QMA) is intended to identify and/or confirm the level of maturity across your key IT governance and planning processes.

Project and portfolio management

The process includes identifying the scenario that best describes your current business processes.   Based on best practices and industry norms, ISGROUP will be able to define the next or immediate opportunities to increase the level of maturity for each of your business processes.

We have found that clients may or may not have a need to mature each of their IT Governance business processes. For that reason, the QMA offers a prioritization schema that provides a framework for prioritizing the immediate opportunities identified. This framework is the starting point from which we focus on the “time to value” of our product and consulting solutions.

The results of the QMA are not intended to be the final decision on the customer solution and solution priorities. It is often used as a discussion document to begin to gain consensus and understand the value of maturity in your IT governance.

The QMA deliverable includes:

  1. Recommendations – The maturity score and recommendations for immediate opportunities to improve/mature each of the business processes examined.
  2. Priority 1 Actions – The opportunities that represent high value and less relative effort. These opportunities will provide more immediate time to value.
  3. Priority 2 Actions – The opportunities that represent high value and high relative effort. These actions should be further estimated and analyzed to ensure a cost effective solution.
  4. Non-prioritized Actions – The opportunities that represent lower relative value. Again, additional analysis should be applied to determine if these actions are cost effective.
  5. Future State Maturity – In anticipation of the successful completion of high value opportunities, the current vs. future state maturity rankings by process category are estimated.
  6. Implementation Time frames – For the Priority 1 and Priority 2 Actions, we have defined an expected implementation timeframe based on the client’s approach to time to value.