Architecture, Engineering and Construction
Whether you’re a small or large Architecture, Engineering or Construction firm, consistent project delivery is critical to your success. That means winning the right new projects, recruiting and allocating the best resources, having real-time visibility into project status and a complete 360⁰ financial view of your business. Read on to uncover helpful tips and best practices to keep your firm operating at peak efficiency.
According to the 40th Annual Deltek Clarity Architecture and Engineering Industry Study, firms are facing challenges in technology, people and processes. Read this quick excerpt from the study and learn how address these challenges to drive your business forward.
Catch up on the top 10 A&E industry blogs from 2018 to ensure you are set up for success in the coming year.
Catch the high level overview for this year’s 39th Architecture and Engineering Industry Report. See the results for the Financial Performance, Business Development, Project Management and Talent in these webinars.
Are you a new project management (PM) professional? Or perhaps you’ve been around the PM block, but are in need of a quick refresher course. In today’s blog post we’re covering some of the top acronyms every project manager needs to know.
Data traceability is defined as “the ability to trace application, location, and history of an activity or item by means of recorded data.” It sounds simple, yet project controls teams know it is actually very challenging, and the results of poor visibility can be devastating to a project (think failed audits, overruns from scope oversights, and uninformed decision making). But achieving traceability doesn’t have to be hard. It can be established by organizations of all sizes, at various stages of project maturity, as long as these four key steps are followed...
Project planning tools. There are hundreds of them out in the market – for scheduling, cost management, risk assessment, progress reporting, and so on. But are these tools really all they’re hyped up to be? We’re tackling this very hot topic in today’s post (and in my latest podcast, found here).
A lot of contractors and agencies don’t embrace integrated program management (IPM) because of what they believe to be true – it’s expensive and difficult, it’s only for large projects or it will add stress to an already busy day. But IPM is an excellent approach for just about any organization whose existence revolves around landing and completing projects. In today’s post, we decided to take a closer look at the top five myths surrounding IPM, and debunk them once and for all.
Today we’re wrapping up our three-part series on how to tame complex, Integrated Programs – otherwise known as “Big Beasties.” In Part 1 , we discussed the key characteristics of an Integrated Program and shined a spotlight on the first step: Program Set-Up. In Part 2 , we covered the elements of performing program schedule and risk analysis. Today, we’re tackling the third, and final step: Program Cost Risk Analysis.
Last week we started taking a look at one of the most complex and challenging types of projects to manage: Integrated Programs, otherwise known as “Big Beasties”. Today, we’re taking a closer look at the second step required to tame these “Big Beastie” projects – Program Schedule and Risk Analysis.
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