3 Essential Elements of Project Controls
27th April 2016 | By TBH
Historical research of both successful and failed projects show that even a well led good project team still requires three essential elements:
- Good planning: providing better definition of scope, budgets, milestones, and risks/opportunities assumptions leading to alignment and commitment of key stakeholders.
- Good controls: providing proactive and effective management of opportunities, risks and changes leading to maximising project and program outcomes.
- Good reports: providing efficient capturing of accurate and early detection of deviations from project targets and hence outcomes.
Simply knowing industry best practices is not enough, tailoring them to suit the project and project team is essential to a successful outcome.
TBH has developed a suite of reporting systems that can be tailored to suit our clients’ needs and operations so that the project is both efficiently and effectively planned and controlled and program outcomes are not only realised but optimised.
For a more in-depth discussion on how we can help you with your project, please contact our Project Controls Expert, Steven Bird.