It’s crucial that project risks are identified and communicated effectively in order to minimize their impact. Accurately communicating risk to stakeholders, who may not understand the subject as well as industry experts, is key to ensuring mitigation decisions can be made.
Complex projects don’t just stop. Even in times of uncertainty, organizations can’t simply stop executing a three- or four-year project because employees are now working from home. Safran software enables enterprises to continue their work unabated, helping teams stay connected and manage risk.
Our next webinar on the 23rd of October examines how Navantia, one of Europe's leading defence manufacturers and contractors, gained a greater level of project control with their SAP solution. Hosted by the UK SAP User Group, this is not one to be missed.
Keeping every member of a project team up-to-date can be arduous. Historically, the production of weekly, or bi-weekly, reports depleted the planning department's valuable time and resources, and reducing this expenditure wasn't possible without significant compromises to project members.
A problem often faced by large-scale projects is how to integrate both owner and contractor schedules into a single, cohesive plan—without granting contractors access to the owner’s IT network.
Cost and schedule risk analysis assesses the likely effect of uncertainty, as well as individual risks on overall project costs and time-to-completion. Essential to accurate project control and forecasting, it can also reveal how much contingency is needed to stay within budget and meet deadlines.
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 Software Solutions hosted a live, free, and interactive webinar alongside Craig Veteto, discussing the value of risk within project management and the impact of the risk-driver method.
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.