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Operational Readiness Through the Lens of Capital Project Management

Written by Josh Hoops

Achieving Operational Readiness on any Capital Project is a milestone event and should be integrated into every aspect of the Lifecycle of Project Delivery. Historically, Capital Project Management focuses on the delivery of the facility, the equipment, and supporting infrastructure. A good Project Manager will manage the five stages of Project Management (Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closeout) to deliver the project on time, on budget, within scope, and with high quality. An excellent Project Manager understands what the facility needs to achieve Operational Readiness and engages the team to identify the activities necessary to be at full scale production when the “go” button is hit.

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Project Management – Sphere of Influence

Written by Patrick Hayes

A project manager exerts indirect influence over the project team, associated managers, and the resources who work for them. This Sphere of Influence extends further. A project manager takes responsibility for the stakeholders’ or client’s needs and acts as an extension of their authority if we are to deliver business value. These stakeholders include the project’s steering committee and the operations team responsible for the asset after the project is complete, among many others. There are also supporting groups such as project management organizations (PMOs) within an organization to be worked with.

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Operational Readiness Through the Lens of Capital Project Management

Written by Josh Hoops

Achieving Operational Readiness on any Capital Project is a milestone event and should be integrated into every aspect of the Lifecycle of Project Delivery. Historically, Capital Project Management focuses on the delivery of the facility, the equipment, and supporting infrastructure. A good Project Manager will manage the five stages of Project Management (Initiation, Planning, Execution, Monitoring and Controlling, and Closeout) to deliver the project on time, on budget, within scope, and with high quality. An excellent Project Manager understands what the facility needs to achieve Operational Readiness and engages the team to identify the activities necessary to be at full scale production when the “go” button is hit.

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Project Management – Sphere of Influence

Written by Patrick Hayes

A project manager exerts indirect influence over the project team, associated managers, and the resources who work for them. This Sphere of Influence extends further. A project manager takes responsibility for the stakeholders’ or client’s needs and acts as an extension of their authority if we are to deliver business value. These stakeholders include the project’s steering committee and the operations team responsible for the asset after the project is complete, among many others. There are also supporting groups such as project management organizations (PMOs) within an organization to be worked with.

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