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Discover the most common invisible threats that are preventing you from getting a true picture of your projects – read how five companies found the blind spots that were increasing project time and costs.
In engineering offices and construction trailers all over the world, projects suffer delays, cost overruns and missed output projections. In response, the collective finger of blame points to everyone’s favorite excuse: “bad planning.” But if bad planning is responsible for failure, it stands to reason that “good planning” should be the savior. Here’s why it is more often the problem.
Managing projects is challenging work. This whitepaper examines the two prominent methodologies for managing projects, and shows how to maximize each of them to help manage your projects effectively.
The RABIT(tm) process, a product of years of practical experience in critical chain project management, consistently produces dramatic increases in process output. Its focus is to identify and fix the core problems that prevents your department from meeting customer demands. In just four weeks an improvement was visible. Don’t let another minute of your project time perish! Read this whitepaper on how to discover how you can boost your engineering output, fast.
Is your company’s prediction of a project’s completion date is sometimes nothing more than an educated guess? This whitepaper showcases how buffer management – probabilistic project management – is a useful method used for project schedule management. When applied across multiple projects, it aids project and resource-level decision making to accelerate the completion of all of the projects sharing common resources.
Everyone who has managed a project (or been involved in one) knows how difficult it is to finish on time. Projects in Less Time; A Synopsis of Critical Chain by Mark Woeppel explains the main ideas behind Critical Chain Project Management, a breakthrough concept which helps your company finish projects on time. This excerpt from Woeppel’s book showcases some of the basic assumptions of critical chain, and how your company can finish projects in less time.
If you have ever managed a project (or been involved in one) you know how difficult it is to finish on time. Multiply that one project by two, or three, or six and you have a project management nightmare. It doesn’t have to be that way! This whitepaper shows you the three secrets to reducing project lead times.