By Lee Gliddon
In the 2000’s the Commercial Nuclear Power industry embraced Project Health metrics on their highly complex plant outages and operations. In a normal plant outage project, which includes: maintenance, refueling, and upgrading the plant. There are approximately 30,000 activities in the project plan. The professionals that conduct these events are the premier professionals in the Project Management industry. They realized significant improvements could be achieved to: reduce risk, improve accuracy in budgets and schedules, and manage resources most efficiently by embracing new metrics such as:
- Scope Stability
- Schedule Adherence
- Scope Adherence
- Schedule Survivability
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Knowledge Relay worked with the top professionals over 1.5 years to define the Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (INPO) new metrics which have now spread outside of Nuclear Power to other industries with complex and intense projects.
Project Controls was vastly improved by embracing these new INPO recommendations. Resources, procedures, estimating, cost management, schedule management, risk management, change management, earned value progressing, and forecasting became integrated advancing performance across multiple disciplines. Nuclear Power Operatives reduced operating costs, increased their up time, and maintained higher safety standards.
Today these metrics have matured and been automated completely by the top organizations that realize the amazing results from these efforts. If your business, operations, or projects are looking for that next step, or understand the massive benefit of automating these metrics, Knowledge Relay will welcome a discussion and demonstration of the architecture and tools required to take your organization to the next level.