Think Planning

Tools for effective planning

In the same way that the phrase “failing to plan is planning to fail” applies, a proper plan is also only as good as the execution thereof. The Right On Time team strives to be the crucial link between a plan and the execution thereof by providing our clients with the necessary “Think Planning” tools.

These tools provide for accurate and precise progress measurement to assist the project team to determine the actual progress instead of their perceived progress in terms of timing of the works. When a programme accurately reflects the status of the works, the risk of failure can be managed or prevented before the fat lady sings.

How to indicate the critical path

One of the most recognised phrases within the construction and planning industries must be the phrase “Critical Path”. Other expressions that usually goes along with the Critical Path are delays, extensions of time and penalties.

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70 project-scheduling terms

The number of project scheduling and planning terms out there can be overwhelming. Interpreting and communicating a plan can become a task in itself if you are not up-to-date with the planning jargon.

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Critical Path vs Longest Path

When it comes to your project’s Critical Path, there are few topics more important to your client. The expectation is that YOU, dear scheduler, are the expert. So YOU had better know your project’s Critical Path inside and out.

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How to accurately measure progress on site

Determining Percent Work Completed using remaining duration. The most accurate way of measuring progress is achieved by measuring percent complete using remaining duration.

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