Project from your own organizations point of view.
Whether it is the progress of the project or the assessment of the results of a completed (or part of a) project, sometimes you need an objective eye. This entails using clear language but also with explicit actionable points indicating where added value has been delivered and where improvement is possible.
An audit on a project phase is carried out in the fields: result, quality, budget and planning. The data is collected through a combination of project documentation research and a limited number of interviews.
An audit on a project’s result focuses on the content of the solution in relation to the defined project result and the expected added value for the organization. The audit is carried out on the basis of research documentation.
The audit results provide you with information and the reasoning to enter into the discussion with the implementation supplier. The audit will be discussed with the client in advance so that they have a clear picture of the potential for improvement. The discussions with the implementation supplier can take place with or without the auditor.
Therefore your project and its desired result is completely under control.
Examples of proven results can be seen in:
SchipholGroup-validation of the functional process design
Centrica Energy Upstream validation of the PM blueprint