Last Updated on: October 19, 2018
Benchmark your CultureApr 6, 2018
Our new Project Resolution Benchmark measures your project culture to help focus on the real important skills. Over the years, we have tried to make our benchmark process more automated and self-managed to reduce costs while still providing an excellent value to our customers. Our process is rapid, simple, comprehensive, inexpensive, and easily comprehensible. The output is a report with the following three major items:
1. A comparison of your project outcomes with other projects in our database
2. Environmental skills scores and benchmark
3. Three habits to adopt or avoid
The Project Resolution Benchmark, a self-service instrument that offers the following features:
· A database of 50,000 complex and in-depth projects
· An artificial intelligence engine with 20 years of experience
· Remote adjudication and analysis
The Project Resolution Benchmark uses a three-step method to help benchmark your organization against similar organizations on the basis of size, industry, project mix, types and capability. The results will provide you with three suggestions that can improve your project value and delivery by 25 to 50 percent and, in the process, greatly improve customer satisfaction with your company’s projects.
Your personalized benchmark report provide information how you can improve your project culture. Go here to get your Project Resolution Benchmark.
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This show is a special presentation on The Standish Group’s Project Resolution Benchmark. Our Project Resolution Benchmark process is rapid, simple, comprehensive, inexpensive, and easily comprehensible. The output is a report with the following three major items: 1) A comparison of your project outcomes with other projects in our database 2) Environmental skills scores and benchmark 3) Three habits to adopt or avoid For more information go to: https://www.standishgroup.com/store/project-resolution-benchmark.html
Richard Soley suggests the key reason for making fast decisions has nothing to do with always making right decisions.
Jim Johnson suggests you quickly get the facts.
Sidnie Feit suggests that trade-offs are where each side or sides agree.
The Standish Group suggests you read Café CHAOS blog post One Less Problem.
David Bicknell suggests that you need to resolve issues quickly.