Since 2015, LogiKal’s annual project controls survey has measured the use of project controls and the maturity of project management systems, analysing their impact on project success. Last year, the survey investigated the underlying reasons for organisations to invest in increasingly robust project controls solutions, and conversely for not doing so.
The 2017 survey revealed clear views that:
- There is a growing degree of importance attached to project controls (a 4 percentage point rise from our 2016 survey) and an increasing association with project success.
- Organisations that recognise project controls as a profession achieve better project outcomes.
- Lack of direction and support from management is a major issue affecting project controls maturity.
- Performance information is not being used constructively to manage the delivery of projects. This is despite a 68% success rate for organisations that did use performance information to manage project delivery versus a 7% success rates for those that didn’t.
This year the LogiKal Survey touches on diversity and innovation in the industry. This is in addition to our usual survey areas which enable us to benchmark against previous results and measure improvement, or otherwise, in the use and effectiveness of project controls throughout various industries.
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