Project Assessment

When projects aren’t running smoothly the focus can become delivery at all costs–which leads to a downward spiral that includes poor quality, inefficiency, late delivery, and poor predictability. Drawing on our work with hundreds of leading companies, a Construx assessment zeroes in on prolbem areas and provide practical recommendations.

Questions and Issues

  • How can we be more certain that our project will deliver on time, on budget, and with planned functionality?
  • We have a project that’s veering off course; how do we get it back on track?
  • Will our product scale to meet the needs of our growing customer base?
  • What are the most important steps toward delivering a high quality, fully functional software product?
  • What do other companies do in our situation?
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Typical Solution

Our assessment process is designed to allow us to a do a “deep dive” into your project, laying a groundwork for obtaining buy-in to the assessment results, while minimizing any disruptive impact on your staff. In our project assessment, we:

  • Provide self-assessment materials to collect pertinent information that will be used in our assessment
  • Review and analyze your work products to create a set of preliminary focus issues to guide the interview process (work products reviewed include estimates, project plans, designs, standards, source code, test cases)
  • Conduct in-depth onsite interviews with select personnel
  • Provide preliminary findings for your consideration and input
  • Work together to craft actionable recommendations to achieve your business goals
  • Present findings and recommendations to your company executives
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Results You Can Expect

  • Complete, detailed assessment report
  • Identification of risks and issues that are blocking successful project completion
  • Recognition of your project’s current strengths, ensuing that our recommendations do not interfere with your team’s successes
  • Evaluation of weaknesses–from requirements to project management to testing issues
  • Specific, prioritized recommendations
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