ESI 2010, PM Practices Survey-India

ESI 2010, PM Practices Survey-India - PM Reality/Perception...

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PM Reality/Perception Survey in India – A Summary www.esi-intl.in building talent, driving results ESI International, India 91-80-4114 1344 esiIndia@esi-intl.com
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Background 1/19/2010 2 © ESI International, Inc. 2010
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Background Details s This survey was conducted in October 2009 s Internet (E-mails) was used as a medium to conduct this survey s The scope of the survey was spread across all verticals of Indian subcontinent s Respondents ranged from Vice Presidents, Project Managers, Project Leads, Project Directors Programme Managers Programme Directors and Heads of PMO building talent, driving results 1/19/2010 © ESI International, Inc. 2010 3
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Findings 1/19/2010 4 © ESI International, Inc. 2010
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Factors affecting Project Success Factors Rank Definition of Scope 1 2 Stakeholder’s Involvement 3 Effective communication 4 Quality Assurance 5 building talent, driving results 1/19/2010 © ESI International, Inc. 2010 5 Defining the Project scope is placed as the key success factor 6 Role Definitions 7 8 Time management 9 Managing Cross Culture within teams 10
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Saving Troubled Projects building talent, driving results 1/19/2010 © ESI International, Inc. 2010 6 Most important areas considered to rescue a troubled project
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Adherence to PM-BOK building talent, driving results 1/19/2010 © ESI International, Inc. 2010 7 Organisation’s alignment with PM-BOK guidelines
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Activities/Parameters Never Seldom Sometimes Frequently Always N/A There is regular communication with the project sponsor throughout the project 1.90% 6.67% 22.86% 33.33% 32.38% 2.86% Early in the project, the project team agrees a set of ground rules to cover codes of team behaviour, project success criteria and targets for team performance 7.92% 15.84% 26.73% 30.69% 18.81% 0.00% Senior management is alerted, and involved, at first sign of changes in project scope 2.94% 14.71% 31.37% 23.53% 25.49% 1.96% mediate action is taken to resolve conflicts between team Project Management Communication building talent, driving results Immediate action is taken to resolve conflicts between team members 4.90% 7.84% 20.59% 34.31% 29.41% 2.94% A RACI diagram, TRAC tool, or similar mechanism, is used to make key accountabilities and responsibilities related to the project visible to the rest of the organization 17.82% 16.83% 29.70% 12.87% 17.82% 4.95% Team member performance is tracked and measured throughout the project and feedback provided to the appropriate line manager
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course PM 199 taught by Professor Dr.atif during the Spring '11 term at University of Engineering & Technology.

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