Carve for PDRI: The evolution of PDRI
Over the past 20-years, many many companies have achieved massive benefit using PDRI to improve scope definition. As project management processes have matured at companies using PDRI, the supporting tools for PDRI evolved from a paper-based checklist to more sophisticated PDRI spreadsheets. The spreadsheets made it simpler to facilitate, and tally scores for up to 70 elements.
As PDRI has become more integral to identifying risk and improving scope definition many organizations are taking steps to evolve beyond spreadsheets…
For organizations looking to configure PDRI templates to their specific business needs, and gain increased insight into front end planning across their entire portfolio, Valency now offers the Carve for PDRI application.
Carve for PDRI is a simple and visual application that makes PDRI engaging for all project stakeholders. Here’s a quick infographic of Carve for PDRI highlighting how sophisticated project teams can use Carve for PDRI to maximize the value of their front end planning processes and data…
From our experience here at Valency, we have seen Owners and Contractors gain tremendous value by moving down a “total solutions” path to implementing PDRI and:[list type=”check”]
1. Making PDRI more “Fit-for-Purpose” to match the needs of a particular organization or business unit
2. Improving PDRI Consistency in facilitation, Communication of actionable results, and Comparison to relevant benchmarks to maximize the value for all project stakeholders
3. Supporting Portfolio Management through risk monitoring, risk classification and identifying opportunities for continuous improvement
4. Using Applied Analytics to gather diagnostic and predictive insights to empower decision makers and lead to better decisions[/list]
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