The Ten Commandments of Project Execution
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Post 2 | The Ten Commandments of Project Execution
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“The Ten Commandments” – that’s what these ultimately turned into, and were named. It was a list that grew from one to ten over the course of my career. A sequential set of steps that were adhered to. It’s how we aligned our teams and company, and it contributed greatly to our overall effectiveness. They are:
Conduct a turnover meeting with all project team members
Conduct a kickoff meeting with all project team members
Establish expectations and budget for the detailing team
Establish and execute a prefabrication plan
Establish and adhere to an organizational chart
Establish and adhere to a labor plan (labor resource profile)
Conduct routine project progress meetings
Establish an exit plan and zero punch list at 70 to 80 percent
Bring discipline and track the exit strategy
Conduct a post job meeting and communicate lessons learned to all employees
Are your companies doing something similar? If not, I’d encourage you to consider it.
If you’re not sure where to start or what to do, keep an eye on this blog. I’ll be expanding on each step, or “commandment” in future posts, individually.
If you don’t want to wait until then, reach out and I’m happy to discuss.
Until next time...