44 questions structure across 4 categories and 15 areas to quickly assess the performance of your Project Engineering management. They enable to identify strengths and improvement opportunities based on high level best practices but capturing perception across the organisation.
Areas of diagnosis carefully designed to shine a light on the lifecycle of project engineering, from customer bid to project delivery.
Both normative questions with specific criteria and questions about personal opinions to get a balance between objective evluation and subjective perception.
Questionnaire Framework for Project Engineering scoping
Summary of the questionnaire:
SWOT and engineering management
- SWOT: identification of strengths, weaknesses and challenges in project engineering
- Actions: identification of engineering improvement plans and results obtained
- Governance: understanding and assessing the effectiveness of the system of roles and responsibilities
- Steering system: decision-making and action, team meetings, objectives and indicators.
- Strategy: definition and understanding of engineering strategy
- Rationalisation: modularisation or standardisation of systems or subsystems
- Roadmaps: anticipation of market needs and alignment with anticipation of technologies or components
Main engineering processes
- Change management: change requests from customers and internal requests
- Project management: definition and use of project management methods
- Technical processes: documentation and effective use of technical processes adapted to each field of expertise
Customer and subcontractor interfaces
- Needs: analysis of customer needs, tendering process (definition, resources allocated, validation response)
- Subcontracting and suppliers: internalisation and outsourcing policy, quality and performance management, working with purchasing
- Specifications: management of customer specifications or for subcontracting and purchasing
- Priorities: identification of priorities for progress
- Action plan: obstacles and benefits, implementation of a progress plan