Project Health Control for early finish that doesn't pick the contractor's pocket.
(PRWEB) July 01, 2010
(PRWEB) July 1, 2010 -- Order Efficiency Ltd is ready to take on the challenge to prove that massive savings on operational cost and shorter time to completion is not only possible but practically inevitable with Project Health Control, an innovative new service now available and poised to shatter the industry's accepted standards for project execution.
From the day a project is born it starts to deteriorate as systems of management become compromised by flawed communication, impacting risk and creating obstacles which prevent deliverables from being achieved.
For a project to be healthy it must have ALL deliverables continually defined and monitored. In addition Project Concerns need to be continually addressed within a management system that allows the status to be completely visible to the whole project.
The development of the Project Health concept has emerged from a 25 year journey through a wide variety of industrial experiences; the last 12 years devoted exclusively to the study of why projects go astray and how to bring them back on track.
Order Efficiency has developed tooling and processes that leverage the project's own systems to offer a window into the project's status. PHC 'tells it as it is' with no spin or opinion, just the facts. Innovative processes in PHC reveal patterns and trends in Project Concerns enabling the batch solving and effective removal of obstacles to Deliverables progress.
"This was the first time I had seen this approach for management of project issues. My project had a list of more than 450 issues when it was handed to me, well over 50 of them mission critical. PHC provided a means of tracking and accountability, making it possible to resolve all of the major issues in a structured way during a 4 month intensive period leading up to successful achievement of first oil." says David Webster, Project Manager for First Oil, Shell Bonga Subsea Field Development.
"It was refreshing to be openly aware of the status of our 272 cabinets and 20,268 Instruments all the way through installation and commissioning. Knowing that every 'number' on the category chart could resolve to a definitive list made following up snag lists very easy." says Abdalfattah Assory, IAS Commissioning Team Leader, ENI, West Libya Gas Project.
"There are over 600 locations required as part of the Telecommunications Network Integration Project. The techniques used on the power upgrade portion of this project to compare and contrast conflicting information sources were very impressive. I found this kind of analysis invaluable in keeping all of the sources correct in the face of continually evolving objectives." says Andrew Smart, Project Commissioning Manager, London Underground Connect Project.
Hard to believe? Difficult to understand how? Order Efficiency are offering new clients the chance to put PHC to the test, free of charge on a pilot project of their choice. The free Feasibility Study. is an ideal opportunity to see the effects of PHC using your own, live project data. Visit http://www.order-efficiency.com and sumbit your details for more information on the free feasibility study, or to find out more about Project Health Control.
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