Switzerland Project Management Maturity Model – how to Develop a Pmmm to Assess the Maturity in Project Management in the Switzerland Firms – Switzerland Key Study
Marianna Della Croce,
Daiana Pirastu and
Singh Pabla Inderbir
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Antonio Bassi: SUPSI, Switzerland
Hannimon Bianchi: Agie Charmilles SA, Switzerland
Marianna Della Croce: Viseca Card Services SA, Switzerland
Daiana Pirastu: Equus Consulting SA, Switzerland
Singh Pabla Inderbir: Lombardi SA, Switzerland
The scope of the study started in November 2015 is providing a general view of the Maturity in Project management of the Swiss enterprise. The method is based on the CMMI (Capability Maturity Model Integrated), developed by the SEI (Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University) and the study made by Darci Prado and Russel Archibald in their "Maturidade em Gerenciamento de Projetos " (Project Management Maturity)”, adapted by a pool of certified Project Managers, in their study “Modello di maturità per le PMI” to assess the maturity of the Switzerland SMEs. It was carried out an electronic form. The form was made in multilingual format in order to have a full coverage of Swiss territory and submitted in different productive sector where projects are made. The form has been optimised, keeping the question provided by the CMMI to reach a large number of partners and consequently obtain a higher number of answers. This study will provide a general overview of Swiss Maturity in project management divided in: speaking language region, type of Company and the maturity in relationship to the knowledge areas defined by the PMI (Project Management Institute). This study is the base for the institution of a Swiss Permanent Observatory to evaluate and to improve the capability in project management through a variety of tools and initiatives.
Keywords: Maturity; Swiss territory; Regionalized; Company type; Project Management; CMMI; PMI (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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