What every executive needs to know to lead a capital project successfully, from start to finish.
Advanced Work Packaging and Predictability Thinking are quickly emerging as best practices in capital project management. Here’s why.
If you’re at the helm, your ability to understand and apply these two key capital project principles could be the difference between success and failure.
The foundation for a successful transition to Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) is laid long before the creation of a single work package, before the org chart is redrawn and new software is installed, even before the introductory training session. The first stake is driven into the ground when a forward-thinking executive asks this critical question: “Are we ready for Advanced Work Packaging?”
Whether you come to AWP proactively or because it’s required in a contract or bid document, chances are you’ll have to wade through a stew of toxic rumors and wild myths. This article cuts through it.
Most site-based capital project leaders recognize the benefits of Advanced Work Packaging for their projects, but changing the way you work can be daunting — especially when there are millions of dollars on the line. It can be done, and we will show you how.
Tactics are not enough to solve the problems we’re facing in contemporary capital project management. We need principles. More to the point, we need to adopt principle-driven Advanced Work Packaging for capital projects.