Project Management Maturity

Advancement

What is the right level of maturity for your organization?

Using PMIs' highly acclaimed Organizational Project Management  Maturity Model (OPM3), we work with our clients to assess the current level of maturity, develop an achievable improvement plan, and help keep the momentum going by supporting the execution and measurement of the recommended improvements.

Project Management Maturity Assessment
Redtie begins by assessing your organization's current project delivery capability and project management maturity level. We then apply the OPM3 as a guide to determine your current maturity level, your desired future level, and the targeted areas in which your investments should be focused in order to advance. The appropriate target level of maturity varies for each organization based on specific goals, strategies, resource capabilities, scope, and needs.
Improvement Plan

 

 

Results from the Assessment are used to develop specific recommendations and a sequenced roadmap that provides realistic milestones for short and long-term process improvement activities. Redties' works with you to ensure that the plan also addresses change enablers that will help overcome cultural barriers.

Ongoing Support to Deploy The Plan

Redtie provides you with guidance and implementation support to quickly deploy the improvement recommendations. Working in partnership with you and your team, we leverage our collective assets and experience to expedite your organization’s maturity advancement.

PM Maturity Re-assessment

A key element of our approach is to re-assess maturity once improvements are made in order to highlight advancements that have been achieved. To accomplish this, Redtie conducts an abbreviated maturity assessment and compares the newer findings with your baseline maturity level. The re-assessment results are reviewed against your original improvement plan. New and/or supplemental recommendations are provided to reflect current business priorities and areas of focus for further progression.

 
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