Find Resources & Connect with members on topics that interest you.

AI - Acquire and Implement

PO - Plan and Organize

DS - Deliver and Support

Please sign in to see your topics.

You must be logged in to join this group.

PO10.13 - Project Performance Measurement, Reporting and Monitoring

This topic is intended to enable collaboration and sharing of information to facilitate a better understanding and approach to implementing this COBIT control objective based on the risk, value and guidance provided by its corresponding control practices.

COBIT Control Objective PO10.13 - Project Performance Measurement, Reporting and Monitoring is contained within Process Popup Manage Projects.

Learn more about COBIT and related publications.

Click “Join This Community” to be able to actively participate in discussions and contribute content. You must be an ISACA member to join this topic. Join ISACA now.

 
This Topic Has:
8 Members
0 Online
4213 Visits

 Recent Discussions

Community Leader

Knowledge Center Manager

Knowledge Center Manager

Title: Become a Topic Leader!

Badge: Energizer


Project Performance Measurement, Reporting and Monitoring

Measure project performance against key project performance scope, schedule, quality, cost and risk criteria. Identify any deviations from the plan. Assess the impact of deviations on the project and overall programme, and report results to key stakeholders. Recommend, implement and monitor remedial action, when required, in line with the programme and project governance framework.

View value and Risk Drivers  help

Hide value and Risk Drivers help


Value Drivers

  • Improved customer satisfaction and focus
  • Strong customer bias in the culture of the IT organisation for all IT projects
  • Deviations to the plan promptly identified
  • Positive results communicated and built upon to boost stakeholder confidence and commitment
  Risk Drivers
  • Ineffective reporting on project progress and unidentified issues
  • Lack of control over project progress
  • Loss of focus on customer expectations and business needs

View Control Practices  help

Hide Control Practices  help

  1. Establish and use a set of project criteria as part of the programme management framework, including, but not limited to, scope, schedule, quality, cost and level of risk.
  2. Measure project performance against key project performance criteria. Analyse deviations from established key project performance criteria for cause, and assess positive and negative effects on the programme and its component projects. Report to identified key stakeholders progress for the programme and component projects, deviations from established key project performance criteria, and positive and negative effects on the programme and its component projects.
  3. Monitor changes to the programme and review existing key project performance criteria to determine if they still represent valid measures of progress. Document and submit any necessary changes to the programme’s key stakeholders for their approval before adoption. Communicate revised criteria to project managers for use in future performance reports.
  4. Recommend, implement and monitor remedial action, when required, in line with the programme and project governance framework.

Discussions: 0 total

Must be a Topic member to contribute

No Results Found

Documents & Publications: 87 total

Must be a Topic member to contribute
View All »
Downloads
Posted by FarmService 1410 days ago
Downloads
Posted by ISACA 1420 days ago
Downloads
Posted by FarmService 2495 days ago
Books
Posted by ISACA 713 days ago
Books
Posted by ISACA 818 days ago

Events & Online Learning: 17 total

Journal Articles: 253 total

Volume 3, 2107
by Jayakumar Sundaram, CISA, ISO 27001 LA
The SoA is a continuously updated and controlled document that provides an overview of information security implementation.
Volume 6, 2106
by Venkatasubramanian Ramakrishnan, CISM, CRISC, CHFI
Bayesian networks can capture the complex interdependencies among risk factors and can effectively combine data with expert judgment.
Volume 1, 2018
by Aditya K. Sood, Ph.D., and Rehan Jalil
With the robust requirements listed by upcoming regulations, such as GDPR, the importance of a cloud app security solution cannot be ignored.
Volume 1, 2018
by Sandy Fadale, CRISC, CISM, CGEIT
Get to know your network.
Volume 6, 2017
by Robert Putrus, CISM, CFE, CMC, PE, PMP
This article presents a risk-based management approach to third-party data security risk and compliance through the development of a third-party risk register.
Volume 6, 2017
by Guy Pearce
The modern GRC landscape has a significant impact on how an enterprise-scale big data project would be undertaken today.

Wikis: 2 total

Blog Posts: 166 total

My personal thoughts after listening to C-level executives at the CxO Roundtable Series sponsored by Intel, IBM, HyTrust & ReedSmith. For an invite, please reach out to me. Data Protection under the GDPR For past few months, I’ve been helping to org...
Posted By : Thomas152 | 0 comments
There are some math models for business that MBAs are taught. Just like assembling burgers for fast food or call wait queue management in a call center, vulnerability patching is a time based business opportunity. Leadership can be expected to use this ...
Posted By : Don Turnblade | 0 comments
I predict that on 1 July 2018, I will be calmly eating a barbecue sandwich, talking with friends and possibly, I will burn a copy of the RFC2246: TLS version 1.0 standard for entertainment value.  Those will less effective Vendor, Network, Systems, Applic...
Posted By : Don Turnblade | 0 comments
https://www.linkedin.com/learning/it-security-careers-and-certifications-first-steps?trk=voyager_feed_cymbii_learning
Posted By : TafadzwaPadare | 1 comments
2 Feb 2018
We are happy to announce that  on Feb//2018  the ISACA awareness session  was held in Baghdad.This the first time to speak about ISACA Value in Iraq.Professional from government and private sector were excited to hear about ISACA value and they started to...
Posted By : Ali099 | 0 comments
Greetings, is there any member currently studying for their CISA examination so that we can join hands and work together?
Posted By : TafadzwaPadare | 0 comments