Something or the other is bound to slip. Hence, surprises are still aplenty
Too many excel sheets, follow-ups, frequent re-planning
Teams keep working to their own plans
And not in my control
If workload is limited to following up, I will be more on top of things, at best.
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In NTPC Khargone, within a month of starting the implementations of Project Analytics , our project management team had complete visibility of the bottleneck areas. Even when new bottlenecks are emerging, we are not taken by surprise. This enabled Team Khargone to take a lot of actions pro-actively and now our entire management team has full control on the due dates.
“After one year of execution the project is 1.5 months ahead of management’s estimate. A planned shutdown of the mill during the upgrade was completed ahead of target and we implemented more scope than planned.
Realization literally acts as Google Maps for my projects. All of us, from the Top Management to the front line manager, know exactly what actions are necessary to prevent them from becoming actual delays. In the first year itself, the same project team has doubled the rate of execution.
What impresses me is that they act more like partners to my business. They really understand my business requirements in detail and provide me control of my entire portfolio and great insights in the way forward.
“We were able to complete a Hot Strip Mill shutdown in 8.8 days against our planned shutdown of 11 days, thus saving the company a significant amount.”
Creating a world-class shipyard and a 200m shiplift totally in-house involved many challenges. Yet the project was completed in 28 months, overcoming most delays and uncertainties. This was possible primarily due to dedicated team effort. The team from Realization was involved in coordination, planning and monitoring the project throughout.
Concerto gave us alarms, flags, escalation of issues on which we promptly acted. Prior to adopting Concerto, we were very apprehensive on the quantum of information we would be required to feed in the system, particularly duplication over the information we used to feed in SAP. Most pleasant surprise after its implementation had been the limited additional information which we have to update on the system and most of the data was directly linked from SAP.