Concord is at the vanguard of planned project delivery, and we spend a lot of time envisioning the principles and practices that have the power to establish and reinforce a project that is on time and in budget. We call this Predictability Thinking®, and we believe that it is a necessary addition to effective implementation of Advanced Work Packaging. Here in our Predictability Thinking® archive, you can read everything we’ve written about Predictability Thinking®, and join us as this unique and groundbreaking approach to capital project management evolves.
Exxon is just the latest in a long line of companies who have been forced to publicly admit the industry’s dirty little secret: we rarely deliver on-time and on-budget, and this failure costs investors, partners and taxpayers billions upon billions of dollars.
Promoting, studying and implementing AWP in Europe: The Concord®-Centrale Lille partnership has launched!
How your capital project execution team can benefit from comprehensive training in Predictability Thinking™ implementation
A leading consultant and 60-year veteran of the field shares his most valuable insights for the future of the capital projects industry.
What are the leading measures of a successful capital project? What must you do today to ensure that you will meet all of the stage-gate requirements? What are the organizational habits that lead to stage-gate success? What systems do you need to introduce, refine, or eliminate? Predictability Thinking can help
How one downstream petrochemical company took the first step in developing an Advanced Work Packaging model.