Misfiring Parramatta hope to complete their wide-ranging review by end of the NRL season.
The club announced they would undertake a top-to-toe examination after their woeful 2018 season which has seen them win just three games to be last after 17 rounds.
The investigation is being headed by the Eels football club's board of directors after the side fell well short of expectations this year.
In a letter to members on Wednesday, Eels chief executive Bernie Gurr said he hoped to have the review wrapped up in eight weeks.
The club will examine all aspects of their structure including governance, roster and retention, junior systems, coaching and support staff and facilities.
The Eels have also brought in consultant Shane McCurry as a third party to help oversee the project.
As well as advising the Wests Tigers, McCurry has worked in the AFL where he consulted with Essendon during their football department restructure in 2015 and the overhaul of Richmond's leadership program.
Former Melbourne Storm assistant coach Greg Bretnall and former AFL Players' Association CEO Rob Kerr will also be consulted.