PMO Advisory developed the ExecutionIndex® based on an ongoing survey of more than 600 global and U.S. executives. This index is designed to address one of the greatest challenges of evaluating and comparing businesses across companies and industries.
Cedar Grove, NJ (PRWEB) May 31, 2017
Perhaps the greatest challenge confronting all organizations is the ability to perform strategic business execution – or simply put “doing the right things, at the right time, in the right way.” As a leader in business execution, utilizing disciplines such as project, program, and portfolio management, PMO Advisory developed the ExecutionIndex® based on an-ongoing survey of more than 600 global and U.S. executives. This index is designed to address one of the greatest challenges of evaluating and comparing businesses across companies and industries. Strategic business execution is both vast and complex; now with the ExecutionIndex, organizations can readily assess their standing against their peers across a multitude of considerations such as company size and industry. Perhaps more importantly, organizations can examine their ExecutionIndex and develop a plan for achieving and sustaining execution excellence. For a complete list of benefits, click here.
The interim result of that study was presented at the Project Management Institute (PMI) Global Congress 2017 in Rome. Prof. Te Wu, the founder and CEO of PMO Advisory and Assistant Professor at Montclair State University, presented “The Five Rules of Business Execution: Achieving Immediate and Sustainable Strategy Implementation” that includes the results of the survey. The five rules are as follows: 1). Focus on the Vital Few; 2). Determine What is “Good Enough” for the Rest; 3). Establish Good Metric Systems; 4). Nurture and Motivate People; and 5). Develop a Culture of Execution Readiness; which all foster success and achieve results in execution. Click here to read a detailed article about the five rules.
To make the presentation more engaging and hands-on, PMO Advisory created a simplified questionnaire to estimate the ExecutionIndex. The short survey took less than five minutes to complete, and it was so well received that PMO Advisory has decided to make available this survey to every business executive for a set time limit.
For a limited time only, PMO Advisory is allowing businesses to learn their ExecutionIndex rating through a short questionnaire available to everyone for free. Participants will receive a complimentary custom report comparing their response with the growing body of results. Organizations can gauge how well they execute as compared to their peers in the industry. The study is ongoing, and all participants will have the opportunity to receive additional reports published quarterly or semi-annually. The reports are completely free of obligations including any sales calls. To participate, click here to join the study.
For those who were unable to attend PMI® Global Congress 2017, you can still gain the Business Execution insights by signing up with the PMO Advisory Newsletter entitled the “Project Management” Insider. The Project Management Insider is monthly and includes helpful and practical advice on Portfolio, Program, and Project management topics which will benefit any organization. Also included is advance notice about training, events, webinars, new product development, upcoming releases and more -- including early bird discounts on training courses. Click here to view the latest newsletter and sign up for the PMO Advisory Project Management Insider Newsletter.
About Dr. Te Wu: He is certified in PfMP®, PgMP®, PMP®, and PMI-RMP®, along with being the CEO of PMO Advisory - a PMI® Global R.E.P, and an Assistant Professor at Montclair State University. He is an active PMI volunteer on multiple fronts, including serving on PMI’s Portfolio Management Core Team, CAPM Learning Objectives Task Team, and he is one of the few people that spans the boundaries of being a practitioner, executive, teacher, storyteller, writer, and researcher. Most recently he is a member of the American National Standard Institute (ANSI)’s Technical Advisory Team (TAG) 258 on Project, Program, and Portfolio Management.