Project management maturity

an industry benchmark

The project management community is currently investing substantially in the development of viable methods to assess and improve project management maturity. This investment often drives a corresponding need to monitor progress-internally and with respect to other similar organizations. To support this need, this research provides across-industry benchmark of project management maturity. Based on a survey of 123 firms, this research determined that nearly 67% of the organizations are currently at an overall project management maturity of level 2 (out of 5) or below. Additionally, the research concludes the level of project management maturity is statistically consistent between industries and among companies of varying size.
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