Many organizations have difficulty delivering projects. Part of the reason is that managers and sponsors have a hard time understanding the true state of a project.
In many cases, the project runs independently until it becomes obvious that there are problems with schedule, cost or quality. At that point (when it is obvious) it is usually too late to meet the original expectations.
Project audits can help determine the true state of a project, and whether the project looks to be on track to finish successfully. Audits can also specifically point out whether good project management rigor and structure is in place.
This second point is very important – perhaps more so than the first.
If the project manager has a
(Project specification) and
if the project manager has a
grasp of the schedule and budget
required to complete the work and
if the project manager is
schedule, budget, risk, scope, quality, communication, etc.
there is a high probability that the
project will be successful.
If we conduct independent project audits, you will receive:
- Completed questionnaires for the project manager and team members that were interviewed.
- An overall assessment of how your project management practices are being applied.
- An overall assessment of the health of the project, including areas for improvement.
Project auditing can help you assess the current state of a project, and tells you if your project management processes are being followed. We can help you understand whether everything is on-track or if you should be worried.