Project management skills gap assessments-- what they really show

We, as team members, want to do the best we can to ensure the project is delivered successfully. No one on a project likes to admit they are short in knowledge or skill areas. It does not matter if you are a participant, team lead or the program/project manager. A Project Management Skills Gap Assessment (PM SGA) is a tool that can provide insight on how and where one can improve their Project Management knowledge and skills. This paper & presentation will depict a case study stating the "who, what, where, when, why and how" of Skill Gap Assessments and their effectiveness at developing plans for individual and organizational improvement. The SGA also measures the difference of "expected" knowledge versus "actual" knowledge for each participant and drives the future organizational baseline for competency.
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