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How do you know that your projects are working efficiently, and have the best chance of meeting their objectives? Can you do some analysis on the various metrics?

It would not be surprising if this is difficult, as:

  • Most life science projects in our experience do not routinely collect metrics that are specific to the quality of project management
  • You may collect some data but it’s likely that these are only ‘lagging’ metrics – hard numbers such as progress vs. plan, money spent vs. budget.
PIPMG is inviting Pharma/Biotech, Life Science and Healthcare organisations’ Project Managers to participate in a pilot starting in Q3 2022. This will enable you to:
  • Access a system that will allow project managers/teams to collect data very easily against a rich set of relevant measures
  • Use a differentiated maturity model to assess your organisation’s level of effectiveness relative to your size and scope
  • Learn about and implement ways to use artificial intelligence to generate and prioritise lessons learned to improve likelihood of effecttive project delivery

Benefits to you and your organisation

  1. What from the myriad aspects of projects will bring the greatest overall performance improvement? In a real situation where you don’t have time to address everything – such as:
  • The dynamics of meetings
  • The effectiveness of communication
  • Access to and value of documentation
  • Motivation and alignment of team members
  • Decision making effectiveness
  • Learning and improvement …

… solid data will help you to qualify what aspects are hurting your success and how much. You can focus on these!

2. If you wish to influence senior management, solid data will be much more effective than your opinions or unsubstantiated requests. You will be able to bolster the status of the project system.

3. Many will be in a commercially competitive environment. More efficient project management will enable you to move in a more agile way

4. The use of data and AI is nowadays the most frequently discussed development need in the project sphere. Becoming a practitioner will help not only your organisation but your own future career.

Find out more

Capturing project management metrics – why is it so important, how our pilot will operate and how you can join

What are the most useful metrics – how they are defined and how you can get involved

Leverage of project management data – how we will help you

What is the value of a differentiated maturity model, specific for our sector


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