What is PDRI and how can it help your projects?
Is your organization experiencing the impacts of poor scope definition?
The PDRI methodology is proven to reduce risk in capital project delivery. It promotes rigorous scope definition and a collaborative review process during front end planning.
So what is PDRI anyway? Here’s a quick infographic to explain the basics of PDRI
Poor scope definition is recognized as one of the leading causes of project failure. It is directly linked to cost and schedule overruns, as well as long term operational issues. As a result, front end planning is one of the most important processes in the construction and operation of a capital asset. The Construction Industry Institute has put over 20 years of research into making the PDRI methodology the most effective tool available to improve scope definition.
To dig deeper into PDRI here’s a link to our Introduction to the Project Definition Rating Index (PDRI) whitepaper and find out:
- What is PDRI?
- Who uses it?
- Is it an open industry standard that any organization can adopt?
- How do projects benefit?
- Can it help in portfolio-level risk management?
- How do we get started?
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