The business case for Project Performance

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Drivers, benefits and competitive advantages of pushing beyond project status quo

The projects landscape is changing rapidly. At the same time, project complexity continues to grow, making it increasingly difficult for project-driven organisations to meet expected and desired performance levels. Those failing to take proactive measures won’t be ready for the new era that dawns upon the industry. If organisations want to thrive in an evolving and increasingly competitive market, they will need to embrace change. Near real-time access to more accurate information is the key to success in today’s digitized enterprise landscape.

However, most organisations still rely on a complex, often ineffective web of internally developed tools, siloed commercial software and Excel spreadsheets to run their projects. This setup acts as a barrier to high levels of projectperformance, leaving organisations unequipped to deal with the complexity of today’s projects. A solid Project Performance strategy can turn this liability into a competitive advantage. Project performance provides a single environment for the full lifecycle of projects.

What You'll Learn

Most projects and mega projects face excessive overruns, both in budgeting and scheduling.
Here are a few reasons why you need to read this business case:

How Project Performance works
Spend less time on unprofitable tasks
Maximize returns and margins on project investments
Project Performance KPIs


“ROI through good project controls targets 5%-10% savings in CAPEX spendings.”
Delivering with Confidence, Deloitte

“Identifying project benefits lets the organizations gain focus and assign resources to the best projects. It’s the way organizations increase their value.”
TheStrategic Impact of Projects, PMI

“Organizations are 20% less likely to deliver projects successfully without a single source for performance data.”
2019 Project ControlsSurvey Report, LOGIKAL ProjectIntelligence