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10 CHAOS Reports and Benchmarks

10 CHAOS Reports and Benchmarks

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10 The CHAOS Reports and 10 Project Environment Benchmarks. The CHAOS Report Decision Latency Theory: It’s All About the Interval. (note print version in black and white). This CHAOS Report 2018 presents the root cause of software project performance. The report also includes classic CHAOS data in different forms with many charts. Most of the charts come from the CHAOS database of over 50,000 in-depth project profiles from the fiscal years 2013 to 2017. A highlight of this report is our analysis and thought leadership what makes a project succeed with the winning hand and what makes a losing hand.  There are four main sections in this 68 page book:

1.     Decision Latency Theory

2.     Winning Hand

3.     Classic CHAOS

4.     Factors of Success

5.     Skills of the Factors of Success

Project Environment Benchmark is for an organization that wants to improve their project environment to allow for greater project value. The benchmark is a companion to CHAOS Report: Decision Latency Theory: It’s All About the Interval. Both the book and benchmark covers 10 principles and 50 skills we have identified to improve project value. On completion of your Project Environment benchmark you will receive a formal report. The report contains three sections: your score against our standard, your comparisons to other organizations, and three suggestions on how to improve your score and benchmark.

Project Environment Benchmark is self-service benchmark with have five basic concepts: 1) it is done online; 2) questions are closed end multiple choice; 3) it can be done quickly; 4) it can be done as an individual with no need for consultants; and 5) it is inexpensive.  On completion of each benchmark you will receive a formal report. The report contains your score against our standard, your comparisons to other organizations/individuals, and three suggestions on how to improve your score and benchmark.

Benchmarking your project environment provides insight into how well each aspect of your project environment is performing, allowing you to discover what areas need improvements while helping you to develop a plan towards achieving those improvements. Benchmarking is used as a tool to help your business evaluate opportunities for improvement, such as: 

•               identifying and prioritizing specific areas of improvement

•               understanding your project needs better

•               Compare yourself to other organizations

•               identifying your strengths and weaknesses

•               setting goals and performance expectations

•               monitoring your performance and effectively managing change 

•               understanding your project environment

 

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