Practised by thousands of individuals across the world, project scheduling is perhaps the most common discipline of project planning and control. Every project in every industry is managed according to a schedule, regardless of size or scale, and the use of scheduling software has become a staple ingredient of project planning. With such significance placed upon scheduling activities, you'd be forgiven for thinking that projects are well-planned and successfully-executed, but research tells us that projects often, even usually, overrun their schedules by some margin.
Last month, Safran Software Solutions hosted a live, free, and interactive webinar alongside Jonas Gran. We discussed his work as project planner on the Oslo International Airport T2 expansion and explored how Safran Project supports planning large complex capital projects.
Safran hosted a live and interactive webinar, featuring guest speaker Jonas Gran who was a Project Planner on the Oslo Gardermoen Airport Terminal 2 project.
On the 20th of April, 2017, Safran hosted a live, free and interactive webinar, featuring guest speaker Craig Veteto, President of Global Project Solutions.
Risk is such a fundamental aspect of capital project management that it can be difficult to know where to focus your efforts. The top reasons for capital project failure often involve shortfalls in predictability or performance.
UPDATE:This webinar has passed, if you would like to learn about Glen Alleman's five principles, an how Safran Project and Risk can support them, you can now watch the recording: