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peru c o n s u l t i n g Peru Programme Assurance Method
© Peru Consulting 2014 Our Programme Assurance method provides clear focus Slide 1 Business Objectives Cost/Time/ Quality Sourcing / Suppliers Technology Process People Relation- ships Programme Assurance
© Peru Consulting 2014 Using a simple, clear, tried and tested methodology. Emphasising the key risk areas likely to impact project delivery: Project – Requirements against quality and timescales, and by implication budget. People – Governance & structure, Relationships, skills and availability. Process – Methods, and quality assurance. Environment – Technology, Tools and the external environment. Rapidly highlighting risks, issues and hidden dependencies that could impact success whilst defining pragmatic actions to resolve them. Covering the breadth of the programme whilst allowing drill down on specific areas when issues are detected. Linking with project delivery benchmarks to provide meaningful metrics around cost, time and remaining effort. We provide a practical assessment based on experience Slide 2
© Peru Consulting 2014 Whilst making use of proven methods Slide 3
© Peru Consulting 2014 Overcoming barriers to change Slide 4
© Peru Consulting 2014 Our overall Assurance process Slide 5 Agree terms of reference Interview key staff Document & data review Site visits Analysis Action Peru & external data ScopeReview AnalyseImplement
© Peru Consulting 2014 Our Assurance is both broad and deep Slide 6 Project Scope & Requirements Delivery Timescale Quality Required Cost People Organisation & Structure Motivation & Focus Skills & Experience Number & Availability Processes Stakeholder Management QA Methods & Standards Project Management Environment Target Technology Dev/Test/Prod Infrastructure Locations External Factors A Project is delivered......by people & teams......using processes......onto an environment.
© Peru Consulting 2014 Example high level output is shown below Slide 7 Project Scope& Requirements Delivery Timescale Quality Required Cost People Organisation & Structure Motivation & Focus Skills & Experience Number & Availability Processes Stakeholder Management QA Methods & Standards Project Management Environment Target Technology Dev/Test/Prod Infrastructure Locations External Factors Timescales aggressive given level of staff skills and number, otherwise fine. Already one month behind, can be recovered but needs project governance to be strengthened. Critical: Staff resources approx 20% less than expected to meet dates. Critical: Staff have no previous experience of development tools or application set. Processes as expected on a project of this size and complexity. No changes required. Some external supplier risks. Mitigation Plan is attached. No urgent work required here.
© Peru Consulting 2014 Outputs from the assessment Slide 8 Report content: Overall Health Assessment Dashboard Health Check Governance Themes Spreadsheet results Areas of Concern Recommended Actions Agreed Action Plan Learning Points
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Manage an IT Project. Aim This presentation is prepared to support and give a general overview of the ‘How to Manage and IT Project’ Guide and should.
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Planning, Organizing and Controlling. What is a project plan? A project plan is a model of the process that the project team intends to follow to realise.
Presenting: Unit V1 Who this presentation is suitable for? Internal verifier-candidates working towards Unit V1: Conduct internal quality assurance of.
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