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24
Aug

Spot Delivery Problems Early Part 3: Schedule Risk

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No matter how good your plan may be, managing schedule risk is essential to project success. Risk will always be present; the question is, is it effectively managed? In organizations with immature execution behaviors, risk manifests itself as surprises that derail workflows and delay completions. Unless a means of early identification and mitigation of risk […]

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19
Jun

Linked Card Dates & WIP Control Features

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We have just released two new features to VISUM   Linked Dates WIP Monitoring   Linked Dates: Take a card with due date of x. It’s start date is x minus process time (in working days) of that card on that board, y. That card’s child will have a due date of y, the start […]

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26
May

Improve Productivity with Clean Start

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The deadline approaches. You must get the project or task completed. You’re running out of time; you just don’t have enough time to get it done unless you start now. However, you don’t have everything to finish. That’s ok, you think, the rest of the components parts can arrive on time. You can ring up […]

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08
Apr

ViewPoint Increases Productivity 20% in Just 8 Weeks for ETO Manufacturer

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VISUM is build around the ViewPoint project execution methodology.   In this case study, see  how making the right changes creates massive improvements using the ViewPoint framework.   “The real reason they weren’t getting as much throughput, and were having coordination and communication problems, was due to their project execution maturity level being close to […]

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21
Mar

A New Feature To Make Your Project a Success – Linked Cards and Boards

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15
Mar

Spot Delivery Problems Early Part 2: Fundamentals

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How does a project get to be a year behind schedule? One day at a time. Fred Brooks In part 1, I talked about governance.  If the owners of the project are not governing the basic behaviors to execute well, your risk of delivery is rising. If you haven’t read it, go back before your […]

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06
Mar

Spot Delivery Problems Early – Part 1: Governance

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“I often say that when you can measure what you are speaking about, and express it in numbers, you know something about it; but when you cannot express it in numbers, your knowledge is of a meagre and unsatisfactory kind; it may be the beginning of knowledge, but you have scarcely, in your thoughts, advanced […]

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05
Mar

Automate Your Workflow with the Theory of Constraints & VISUM

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23
Jan

Is Time Equal to Money? Part 1

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We’ve all heard the expression that time is money, but is it true? I don’t think so.   What does it truly mean? Does time equal money in my project?   If I lose time, I waste money? or If I delay, I get the money later?   If it’s the first definition, you are […]

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23
Jan

Is Time Equal to Money? Part 2

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In part one, I said time is not equal to money. Most of the time. Project managers and managers in general must know the difference. In that post, I highlight when time is not money. In part 2, I’ll explain when time is money.   Let’s suppose your teams are delivering one project every other […]

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