Once the maturity assessment is done, the PM-Index web application provides various ways to analyze the results. The PM-Index score represents the organisation’s maturity level for each performance management component, or alternatively it aggregates the score for the organization’s performance management as a whole.
In a figure below, Performance Management Index scores are presented at the component level.
The same information is provided in a textual form.
By looking at the finer points, the respondent can see which components need more attention and where the organization is already performing well. In the case below, where the user has drilled-down to Strategy and business component, it appears that decision support is already relatively well done but business value needs more attention.
Looking other way around, the supporting components can also be aggregated into the total component score. In the example below, one can see the effect of various supporting components to overall Strategy and business score. Apparently strategy is well communicated but there is a lack of management and responsibility.
The PMI provides various alternatives for presenting the results and to analysing the data. In a figure below the respondent has drilled down from communication sub component in order to see, which main components need more attention from communication point of view. In the case below, technology is not well communicated whereas strategy and business appears to be communicated effectively in the organization.