“There cannot be a crisis next week. My schedule is already full.” – Henry A. Kissinger, diplomat, political scientist A reminder to always allow for the unexpected. Advertisements
Project Forecast’s glossary of planning and scheduling terms is now available on our website. find out more
Project Forecast’s construction duration benchmark report for gas pipeline construction is now available on the Project Forecast website – http://www.projectforecast.com.au. This gas pipeline construction duration benchmark report identifies the pessimistic, likely and optimistic benchmark duration to construct a new gas pipeline. The report identifies duration benchmark rates based on the diameter of the pipeline and whether…
Between 2008 and 2016 the oil and gas sector embarked on some of the largest gas field to LNG project to be undertaken in Australia which, as they eventuated, suffered many delays and cost overruns. To understand the cause of these delays, Project Forecast conducted a survey that sought the opinion of the cause of…
“It’s not the will to win that matters, it’s the will to prepare to win that’s important.” – Michael Jordan, sports legend
Project Forecast has released the results from our Good Scheduling Practices 2015 survey. The survey sought the views on what are good practices when creating new time schedules (also known as plans and programmes) using predominately the Critical Path Method (CPM). The survey results can be found here. This survey has found: Half of the survey…
“Begin with the end in mind.” – Stephen Covey, educator, author, business man.
“Procrastination makes easy things hard, hard things harder.” – Mason Cooley, literary academic and aphorist.
AACE International has published a comprehensive list of cost planning and control terminology and definitions on its website and can be found by following this link.
“Bad planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part.” – Unknown.