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  • Identify the 2 Potential Driving Factors for Your Project Identify the 2 Potential Driving Factors for Your ProjectA well-prepared construction schedule helps the project manager manage project tasks, other parties in the contract, and the various risks inherent in any project.
  • CPM Scheduling – Effective Project Management CPM Scheduling - Effective Project ManagementHaving an effective time management and tracking system is essential for any project executive. While most everybody has a system
  • 4 Steps to Effectively Build and Review a Construction Schedule 4 Steps to Effectively Build a Construction Schedule4 Steps to Effectively Build and Review a Construction Schedule The Encore Group Construction Scheduling Essentials training insures that the trainee will have a comprehensive overview of construction scheduling. The course will cover:How the Critical Path is calculated, Key Scheduling Terms, How to plan, organize, and create a construction schedule……more The Encore Group Construction ...
  • Reactive vs. Proactive Scheduling Reactive vs. Proactive SchedulingTo many managers in the construction industry value is overshadowed by cost. By not seeing the value that planning and scheduling can bring to a project, 98% of the project budget
  • Project Management & the Executive Project Management and the ExecutiveRecently I was involved in an attempt to collect damages for a client who suffered extensive cost and schedule overruns on a project.
  • Identify Project Execution Trends in Minutes Project Execution - Identify Trends in Minutes per WeekIn a construction environment where projects are few and far between and where profits and budgets have been squeezed (if there is any left at all), project execution is an essential element for an organization’s survival.
  • Perfecting The Fixed Perspective Windows Delay Analysis With the variety of Delay Analysis Techniques available to schedule reviewers and analysts, it is difficult to know and implement the most reliable and most effective way of demonstrating a true and accurate impact calculation caused by delay.
  • 6 Reasons Critical Path Schedules Fail – Part 2 Having done CPM scheduling work on hundreds of projects with many different owners and contractors, I have witnessed many bad scheduling practices.
  • 6 Reasons Critical Path Schedules Fail – Part 1 Without good CPM schedule maintenance throughout the course of a project, the investment of time spent in developing a good baseline schedule will be largely wasted
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