Project Overview
A leading power company within the Asian market that designs, constructs, owns, and operates nuclear facilities hasa mission to become a leading EPC firm that can compete globally. As a first step, they initiated a project management training program which involved the adoption of an extensive multi phased program to improve understanding and consistency among their project and program management organizations at various maturity levels. To compete against leading organizations, they also recognized the need to adopt and implement proven construction management Best Practices (BP) such as those produced by the Construction Industry Institute (CII).

PTAG Approach
Combine professional Project Management Institute (PMI) training with Construction Industry Institute (CII) Best Practices. The process steps include:

  • Collaborate with industry alliance partner Twenty Eighty Strategy Execution to perform process gap analysis to identify current and future state requirements in support of organizational vision
  • Perform interviews and governance review with all department heads and key project managers throughout the organization to identify their respective challenges
  • Conduct Knowledge vs Practice assessment to determine competency gaps and training requirements
  • Provide multi-tiered competency matrix, course guide, and training modules for all PM maturity levels
  • Provide comprehensive and executive summary assessment report identifying all strengths, areas for improvement, and suggestions to address each
  • Provide tailored Best Practice work-shop to introduce CII tools and techniques to all senior and intermediate PM’s