Guess who helps to make all of that happen? Having Site Visit Executive direct project teams means that you’ve got a person dedicated to making sure that work is done on time and at the right time.
Site Visit Executive is also looking to make sure team exercises run smoothly, and if they are not, they will be corrected through constructive discussion. This is the kind of thing that makes teams happier, because they can focus on working hard and producing successful products.
Review project plan regularly to monitor progress in terms of schedule and budget. Update project plan regularly with the completed work to have a clear visibility on the task that needs to be done. Determine remaining work to be completed with the team to identify how it will impact your budget.
Whether you build heavy equipment systems installed at remote sites or produce materials as project services organisation, you face daily challenges for keeping project costs and schedules under control and balancing the flow of products.
Must ensure you can efficiently and cost-effectively administer projects that involve complex work order changes and custom requirements.
These processes serve as stable, rich foundation for traditional project functions. Mission-specific functionality integrates seamlessly with the system to provide advanced quote-to-service capabilities designed to be flexible in meeting changing operational requirements.
1. Get project scope clearly defined in module, function & work type
2. Input screen/user interface, dockets & reports
3. Get scope signed by all users, module & client-side modules
4. Get roll out plan by setting the scope priorities on scope list.
5. Deterrnine advantages and disadvantages of Project Planning
6. Make sure everyone is clear on what/when milestones
7. Ensure everyone is aware of dependencies
8. Determine what other work is happening when
9. Make sure you are able to clearly track progress
10. You are unlikely to miss major roadblocks by having forward plans
11. Too much time can be spent adjust charts
12. Get all project objectives lined up
13. Too long of plan takes too much time to update
14. Project sponsors must not assume every task is set in concrete
15. Watch out for too little flexibility to change deliverables order around
16. Ensure you are still able to meet end date
17. Don't get bogged down in details of plan
18. Make sure you don't lose sight of big picture
19. Watch out for decisions leading to Increase in risk
20. Don't spend too much time on plan you loose site of people
21. Have right processes & tools
22. Arrive at right level of details critical to project planning
23. Define the realistic project goals
24. Establish sales team to bring in orders
25. Make business process records accurate as possible
26. Quantify requirements to make scope definition more specific
27. Design scope and business process with minimum differences
28. Break down each requirement as clear activities
29. Capture each requirement as separate point.
30. Capture each process gaps
31. Clearly categorise fit workaround gap
32. Important to not give solutions in the requirement records stage
33. Judge activities subject to time lines as realistic as possible
34. Have clear discussions with team leaders at each stage
35. Once design draft is ready and project timelines fit follow through with monitor/control
36. Mitigate dependence on too many internal/external factors or control too early
37. Capture all stages in tandem with full project team
38. Build competitive/profitable margins from start
39. Gain insights to keep up with all levels of work breakdown structure.
40. Balance hours, materials and expense margins across entire work breakdown structure
41. Record/Reuse Metrics to improve project quality
42. Have quick/accurate response to tender or request for quote
43. Reuse previous quotes, apply templates & leverage past results to build quotes
44. Simplify costs, plans & execution factors
45. Tailor flow of materials for your project so you minimise roadblocks to logistics streams
46. Avoid stoppages affecting planning, costs & delivery promises
47. Save time and effort for multi-level production/purchase orders
48. Integrate current information adjust to project requirements
49. Balance materials resource project plans
50. Make sure right products/components available for tasks driven by schedules