Completed in six weeks, a large project or program assessment adopt a management and delivery approach, emphasizing the few crucial artefacts for successful project execution:
Governance structure. Examining the essential management processes for controlling program or project.
Scope and cost management. Examining scope, deliverables, and cost baseline, comparing current status with expected scope, cost and quality upon project completion.
Time management. Ensuring project's scope and cost are translated into actionable activities, resource plans, and project schedules.
Project delivery. The project's capacity to meet its scope, budget, timeline, and quality objectives while preparing for operational handover of the project.
The assessment is documented with the business stakeholders detailing the project's current status in terms of planned and actual scope, cost, time, and quality and its ability to close in alignment with the business case.
The report benchmarks against industry best practices and offers a detailed roadmap for steering the project back on course and maintaining its progress until completion.