IMPROVING PROJECT DELIVERY
Requires Implementing both a Planning and Execution Logic
The industry belief is that projects cannot be done faster. They believe the delivery of projects cannot be shortened because of uncertainties and the fact organizations have limited shared resources.
We appreciate that reducing cycle times in large complex projects is not easy. Even if all the work scope were certain and time and resources required to perform tasks were deterministic, scheduling of daily tasks across projects and resource groups would still be very difficult. Once you inject delays, technical uncertainties, changes of work scope and uncertainties related to resources, the scheduling problem becomes difficult.
At the same time, there is now sufficient evidence from other organizations that the problem can be solved, and performance can be substantially improved.
This revealing white paper by Realization perfectly illustrates huge potential for improvement in project delivery. It provides specific details and project data including sample customer results from 5 case studies on:
CASE1: US NAVY F-18 DEPOT MAINTENANCE
CASE 2: DELTA ENGINE MAINTENANCE
CASE 3: US AIR FORCE OPERATIONAL TEST & EVALUATION CENTER
CASE 4: BOEING SPACE AND INTELLIGENCE SYSTEMS
CASE 5: AMDOCS
Including a deeper insight into:
- Differentiating Planning Logic from Execution Logic
- Details of the Solution
The Project Deliver problems can be solved, and performance can be substantially improved, access the white paper now and learn more!