PMO Maturity Assessment Tool

Our PMO Maturity Assessment Tool is a template that independently benchmarks systems, processes and people, across seven key areas.

At LogiKal, we have developed a tool to review your organisation or project’s capabilities against seven key areas across three constituent parts.

There are defined roles in the business for staff working in this area
The staff in these roles are adequately experienced and trained
These roles are filled by permanent staff and there are career paths for developing in this area
The PM is fully trained in this area and recognises its value
Information provided by these team members is used for project decision making
There are defined processes at a project level
Processes are defined and standardised at an organisational level
All team roles are clearly defined and their responsiblities understood
Processes are generally followed
Controls are in place to ensure processes are followed and cannot be bypassed
Process reviews and audits are carried out periodically to ensure they remain effective
Different Project Controls disciplines are integrated and data transfer between them is automated
Benchmarking and lessons learnt are proactively used to improve performance
Some information handling is automated
There are structured systems in place for collecting and recording information
Specialist software is used for this function (rather than excel) as the primary tool
There are standardised systems for the handling of data, with a single source of entry
Information and data are used heavily to make decisions rather than perceptions
Trends and correlations are established using data to forecast forwards
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    There are defined roles in the business for staff working in this area
    The staff in these roles are adequately experienced and trained
    These roles are filled by permanent staff and there are career paths for developing in this area
    The PM is fully trained in this area and recognises its value
    Information provided by these team members is used for project decision making
    There are defined processes at a project level
    Processes are defined and standardised at an organisational level
    All team roles are clearly defined and their responsiblities understood
    Processes are generally followed
    Controls are in place to ensure processes are followed and cannot be bypassed
    Process reviews and audits are carried out periodically to ensure they remain effective
    Different Project Controls disciplines are integrated and data transfer between them is automated
    Benchmarking and lessons learnt are proactively used to improve performance
    Some information handling is automated
    There are structured systems in place for collecting and recording information
    Specialist software is used for this function (rather than excel) as the primary tool
    There are standardised systems for the handling of data, with a single source of entry
    Information and data are used heavily to make decisions rather than perceptions
    Trends and correlations are established using data to forecast forwards
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    There are defined roles in the business for staff working in this area
    The staff in these roles are adequately experienced and trained
    These roles are filled by permanent staff and there are career paths for developing in this area
    The PM is fully trained in this area and recognises its value
    Information provided by these team members is used for project decision making
    There are defined processes at a project level
    Processes are defined and standardised at an organisational level
    All team roles are clearly defined and their responsiblities understood
    Processes are generally followed
    Controls are in place to ensure processes are followed and cannot be bypassed
    Process reviews and audits are carried out periodically to ensure they remain effective
    Different Project Controls disciplines are integrated and data transfer between them is automated
    Benchmarking and lessons learnt are proactively used to improve performance
    Some information handling is automated
    There are structured systems in place for collecting and recording information
    Specialist software is used for this function (rather than excel) as the primary tool
    There are standardised systems for the handling of data, with a single source of entry
    Information and data are used heavily to make decisions rather than perceptions
    Trends and correlations are established using data to forecast forwards
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    There are defined roles in the business for staff working in this area
    The staff in these roles are adequately experienced and trained
    These roles are filled by permanent staff and there are career paths for developing in this area
    The PM is fully trained in this area and recognises its value
    Information provided by these team members is used for project decision making
    There are defined processes at a project level
    Processes are defined and standardised at an organisational level
    All team roles are clearly defined and their responsiblities understood
    Processes are generally followed
    Controls are in place to ensure processes are followed and cannot be bypassed
    Process reviews and audits are carried out periodically to ensure they remain effective
    Different Project Controls disciplines are integrated and data transfer between them is automated
    Benchmarking and lessons learnt are proactively used to improve performance
    Some information handling is automated
    There are structured systems in place for collecting and recording information
    Specialist software is used for this function (rather than excel) as the primary tool
    There are standardised systems for the handling of data, with a single source of entry
    Information and data are used heavily to make decisions rather than perceptions
    Trends and correlations are established using data to forecast forwards
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    There are defined roles in the business for staff working in this area
    The staff in these roles are adequately experienced and trained
    These roles are filled by permanent staff and there are career paths for developing in this area
    The PM is fully trained in this area and recognises its value
    Information provided by these team members is used for project decision making
    There are defined processes at a project level
    Processes are defined and standardised at an organisational level
    All team roles are clearly defined and their responsiblities understood
    Processes are generally followed
    Controls are in place to ensure processes are followed and cannot be bypassed
    Process reviews and audits are carried out periodically to ensure they remain effective
    Different Project Controls disciplines are integrated and data transfer between them is automated
    Benchmarking and lessons learnt are proactively used to improve performance
    Some information handling is automated
    There are structured systems in place for collecting and recording information
    Specialist software is used for this function (rather than excel) as the primary tool
    There are standardised systems for the handling of data, with a single source of entry
    Information and data are used heavily to make decisions rather than perceptions
    Trends and correlations are established using data to forecast forwards
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    There are defined roles in the business for staff working in this area
    The staff in these roles are adequately experienced and trained
    These roles are filled by permanent staff and there are career paths for developing in this area
    The PM is fully trained in this area and recognises its value
    Information provided by these team members is used for project decision making
    There are defined processes at a project level
    Processes are defined and standardised at an organisational level
    All team roles are clearly defined and their responsiblities understood
    Processes are generally followed
    Controls are in place to ensure processes are followed and cannot be bypassed
    Process reviews and audits are carried out periodically to ensure they remain effective
    Different Project Controls disciplines are integrated and data transfer between them is automated
    Benchmarking and lessons learnt are proactively used to improve performance
    Some information handling is automated
    There are structured systems in place for collecting and recording information
    Specialist software is used for this function (rather than excel) as the primary tool
    There are standardised systems for the handling of data, with a single source of entry
    Information and data are used heavily to make decisions rather than perceptions
    Trends and correlations are established using data to forecast forwards
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    There are defined roles in the business for staff working in this area
    The staff in these roles are adequately experienced and trained
    These roles are filled by permanent staff and there are career paths for developing in this area
    The PM is fully trained in this area and recognises its value
    Information provided by these team members is used for project decision making
    There are defined processes at a project level
    Processes are defined and standardised at an organisational level
    All team roles are clearly defined and their responsiblities understood
    Processes are generally followed
    Controls are in place to ensure processes are followed and cannot be bypassed
    Process reviews and audits are carried out periodically to ensure they remain effective
    Different Project Controls disciplines are integrated and data transfer between them is automated
    Benchmarking and lessons learnt are proactively used to improve performance
    Some information handling is automated
    There are structured systems in place for collecting and recording information
    Specialist software is used for this function (rather than excel) as the primary tool
    There are standardised systems for the handling of data, with a single source of entry
    Information and data are used heavily to make decisions rather than perceptions
    Trends and correlations are established using data to forecast forwards
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    Your Results: Overall Level

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