How to Offer More Schedule Certainty to Your Customers
65% of projects fail to meet goals and 25% are canceled outright.
In one hour, learn how you can improve profit margins while still delivering value and quality.
Join us on Wednesday, June 27th at 1:00 PM Eastern time for a complimentary live webcast with insightful discussion on front-end solutions that enable you to work smarter and offer more schedule certainty to your customers.
As the global economy expands there is continuing pressure on margins and increasing flexibility and responsiveness is required. Companies that can provide their customers and clients with world-class projects delivered on time and on budget have the competitive advantage.
As a project owner or manager your goal is to manage your project to successful completion, but there will always be days when it rains, equipment doesn’t show up on time, you face unanticipated technical challenges or you don’t have sufficient qualified workers to complete tasks on schedule.
Maximize profit and mitigate project risk, register now to join experts Tom Kendrick, Sidney Levy and Todd Williams - who will discuss keys ideas and best practices for project schedule risk handling such as:
Assessing overall project schedule uncertainty
Collaborating and sharing risk across teams and companies
Deciding who owns project reserve or float time
"In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable." General Dwight D. Eisenhower
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Executives, Engineers and Project Managers in Engineering Design/Construction; Equipment Manufacturers; Aerospace and Defense; Oil and Gas/Energy
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