Measures for assuring projects

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The next work stream that I would like to introduce to you is the measures for assuring projects (developing methods for generating assurance without intrusive reviews). Its' goal is to share best practice in the use of measures which can deliver effective assurance.

'Measures' is intended to cover both the assurance process and metrics.

We are developing guidance for organisations wanting to implement a regime on all of its projects such that assurance information (in the form of ratings against set criteria) is generated without intrusive audit. The work stream have made good progress over the last 12 months and they are in the process of publishing a white paper for wider engagement and feedback.

Representatives from the work stream will present an extract from the white paper during Knowledgeshare 2011.

If you have any queries or want to get involved, we would love to hear from you. Feel free to contact us directly or add a comment below".

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Posted by Naveed Sheikh on 3rd Jun 2011

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Over 20 years experience and expertise as a delivery and assurance executive gained within the Aerospace, Defence, IT and Management Consultancy markets

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