BPIX - 2001 Explained Cause Data Focused on Measurement / Classification Commenced Pilot Study
BPX - 2002 BEST PRACTICE ISSUED Measuring & Classifying Rework Included Rework Collection Database Program (Industry-wide Benchmarking Process – DONE) WORKSHOPS Published & Explained Pilot Study Previewed Version 1 of PRRT Eng & Review Cause Defined
BPXIV – 2006 BEST PRACTICE TO ISSUE Leadership & Communication Checklist
Subcommittee Members Avo AlboPetro-Canada Joe CrawfordLedcor Industrial Frank ForteJacobs Engineering John HullSuncor Energy Inc. Chris KeanCNRL Paul LangeLedcor Industrial Paul LessardCord Projects Roger MappBantrel Engineering Scott McMorranJ V Driver Bob MontgomeryColt Engineering Michele PowerImperial Oil Glen WarrenLedcor Industrial
Ambiguity is perhaps one of the greatest causes of failure of projects. Ambiguity causes REWORK, scope creep, missed deadlines, run-away costs, under / over utilization of resources, and others. It's the job of the Project Team to identify and eliminate ambiguities, otherwise the project plan is nothing more than a guess.
KEY FINDINGS What can we do better???? Defined Roles & Responsibilities of Team Members Defined authority matrix Defined communication matrix Alignment of all Stakeholders Earlier engagement of Operations Leadership & Communication Checklist
WHAT’S NEXT? Use the Best Practices developed. Get your copy of the Best Practices CD available at our booth. Project rework data to be collected, input to COAA and benchmarked.