Project Excellence Model For Quality Management

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The Project Excellence Model(PEM) was set up in 1997 by Roland Ottmann and was derived from the European Foundation for Quality Management(EFQM) model. The PEM model mainly contain two processes; 1) Evaluation of project management process and 2) measurement of the results achieved in a project. Based on E. Westerveld’s research in 2002, the Project Excellence Model link project success criteria and critical success into one coherent model. Given that PEM Model was adapted from EFQM-model whose essential characteristic is it distinguishes RESULT AREAS and ORGANISATION AREAS. With this in mind, the project success criteria can be regarded as results area while the success factors as organizational areas. Two areas are covered in the PE Model: project management area (the so called enabler) and project results area (Figure 10). Nine criteria with 22 sub-criteria in total are included in this model based on a 1000 points maximum rating. Generally, an evaluating project would be identified as excellent if reaching 500 points.

Figure 10: The project Excellence Model(PEM) criteria and sub-criteria,

Figure 11: : The nine criteria of the Project Excellence Model(PEM) in small pictures, Source:
PEM’s nine sub-criterias have the following definitions:
Project Objectives: The way in which the projects are defined and implemented. The sufficient comprehension of a project is based on…
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