Let’s face it, there’s no such thing as a Perfect Project Leader, but some are pretty close. A good project leader does a lot of things but these are 3 things all perfect ones do.
In the emerging Data Analysis revolution we are facing, we are gradually becoming experts in extracting and correlating clinical data, but analysing subjective information becomes a complete different task as we can’t measure its outcomes objectively.
If you can’t count what’s important, you make what you can count important
A crucial opportunity to align the contract with the intended work sequence.
Many projects aren’t as on the ball in this area even though the costs can be significant. I think there are three main reasons for this.
Developing a key date strategy for your subcontracts is a very simple way to make sure all trades on site are working toward the same overall programme of works and you are protected against knock-on delay risks.
Project planners generally get a pretty bad rap. This is because a lot of them are just plain terrible. I thought I would write a light hearted article on the topic. I am sure most of you will recognise some of these.
Neglecting these elements leaves the contractor commercially vulnerable to client delays due to the lack of evidence that the third party dependency was the real cause of change.