CEPM is one of the leading organisations in the Asia-Pacific region in carrying out the applied research in the field of project management. In today’s environment, people have moved away from limited knowledge and limited accessibility to unlimited knowledge and accessibility. This is a big change to comprehend.
CEPM has developed three most comprehensive Maturity Models to assess organisations:
- 6 Level Organisation’s Project Management Maturity Model (CEPM-OPM2)
- Human Capital Management Maturity Model (CEPM-HCM3)
- Risk Management Maturity Model (CEPM-RM3)
CEPM’s Organisation’s Project Management Maturity Model (CEPM-OPM2)
In 1998-99, CEPM evolved a most unique and comprehensive state-of-the-art maturity model to assess and measure the Organisation’s Project Management Maturity (CEPM-OPM2) during the training programs it conducted for BHEL across their various divisions. This model to assess and measure the PM maturity of organisations was developed by the globally well known PM expert, Adesh Jain, who was then Director In-Charge of CEPM who had 30 years of industry experience having worked in North America and India.
CEPM’s PM Maturity Model was developed keeping both global and Indian work scenario especially Indian CPSUs in focus. The model has 6 levels and checks 18 separate attributes to assess the maturity and was further developed over the years.
The levels from lowest to highest are: ADHOC – RITUAl – COMPULSIVE – LEADERSHIP – VISIONARY – PASSION. CEPM’s PM maturity model CEPM-OPM2 is more comprehensive than ProMMM.
CEPM-OPM2 is most robust as it covers:
- Organisation Culture
- Human Capital Aspects
- Knowledge and Skills
- Application and Results
- Continuous up-gradation
Means before Time or Large Savings in Cost or Highest level of Quality. Maximum Customer Joy.
Before Time or Savings in Cost or Desired Desired level of Quality or High Customer Joy.
On Time or Within Cost or Desired Level of Quality or Right Level of Customer Joy.
Time Overrun or Cost Overrun or Below Standard of Quality or Zero Joy
Too Much Time Overrun or Too Much Cost Overrun or Bad Quality or Negative Customer Joy
CDI – Customer Dissatisfaction Index