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Adrian Dooleyhttp://www.praxisframework.org
I was originally a construction project manager but moved into training and consultancy 30 years ago. After a career of trying to explain the reasons why the various PPM guides use different terminology and individually cover only parts of organisational PPM, I decided to develop the Praxis Framework.

Capability maturity assessments are often done once or twice a year to check on how an organisation is performing and hopefully to improve project and programmes delivery .

But between assessments, organisations can suffer a loss of focus on the things that need to be done to make project and programme delivery more efficient and effective.

The new assessment tool from Praxis Framework brings together capability maturity assessment, best practice checklists and a 360 degree approach that provides a comprehensive, real-time tool for improving project, programme and portfolio delivery.

The tool is integrated with the Praxis Framework and because its structure is consistent with PRINCE2® and the APM Body of Knowledge it also helps to assess compliance with the principles embedded in both of these well respected guides.

The questionnaires can be used individually as simple checklists of good practice or together as part of a 360 degree assessment of capability maturity consistent with the CMMI® levels, that involves project and programme managers, stakeholders and team members.

On-line guides explain the principles and uses of the tool are available at: http://www.praxisframework.org/help/capability-maturity-help-index

 

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