Measures for Assuring Projects – APM toolkit
APM’s Assurance Specific Interest Group (SIG) has produced a toolkit to help project professionals deliver assurance in a more consistent way.
Measures for Assuring Projects consists of a summary sheet for rating project assurance and examples of evidence that support a good assurance measure score.
Lead authors: Tim Podesta and Geoff Newton.
Authoring team: John Caton, Andrew Elliot, Kevin Forster, Roger Hankey, Julian Harris, Das Mootanah, Colin Pascoe, Graham Shreeve, Philip Thomas and David Youll.
Editors: Peter Deary and Roy Millard.
To learn more about assurance assessement, download your free APM toolkit.
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