Learning curve theory represents the application of experience to improved project success.  This idea of improvement is embodied in the Project Management Maturity Model (PMMM), a growing concern of project organizations.  We need to optimize our project efforts, and a maturity model is an effective tool to this end.  Assume you are in the role of a project leader helping a real or fictitious organization move to the next level of the PMMM.  Select the level the organization is currently at and create an action plan for moving it to the next level.  The plan should describe the current level, the next level, and the specific steps that need to be taken to make the improvement.

If you would rather use a pre-defined scenario instead of one of your own choosing, create an action plan for the scenario below.

ADC is a Colorado-based logistics company that engages in consulting projects to share their expertise with organizations in need of logistic solutions.  They have completed three sequential projects for customers.  Their success is leading to additional opportunities, and they expect to be dealing with managing two or more projects at the same time.  They need to clearly understand their current level of project maturity and the steps that are needed to reach the next level.

Your action plan should be 2-3 pages, well written, and in conformity with APA Requirements.