Imagine your project or turnaround scope is a 100 yard field.Your objective is to get all 100 or 1000 of your packages from one end of that field to the other.They have to pass through each of 5 Stages, gaining 20 yards as they complete each Stage. This is the challenge facing project and turnaround … Continue reading Going for the Whole 100 yards – 100% of the Time
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTcRRaXV-fg If you've seen this classic, it's timeless, so you'll get a kick out of watching it again. If you haven't, you're in for a treat. Who's who? It's important to know who all of your team members are and their roles. Then you can ensure that each has the tools they need to deliver … Continue reading Who is in your project, program or event team?
Make the right strategic moves to get your capital projects, turnaround events and maintenance programs off on the right foot. The common platform supports: 5 Stages of work flow (Strategic, Tactical, Logistical, Execution, Completion): 100% Coverage5 Cost Categories (Labor, Equipment, Materials, Services, Indirect work): 100% coverage4 Levels of Procedure Management (Stage, Deliverable, Process Step, Assignment): … Continue reading Introducing the new Standard for Capital Projects, Turnaround Management and Maintenance Programs
This is the first in a series of blog articles outlining steps that we take to get ready for the Chocolate Plant's Dry Line Turnaround. It is day Minus 20 - 20 days to the turnaround. Some basics about the demo This plant is fictitious and, while we try to be realistic with the sample … Continue reading Chocolate Plant Dry Line Turnaround Demo: Day Minus 20
Building and operating a chocolate processing plant is an odd task for a company whose tech has been used to manage turnarounds in excess of $30 million and projects that exceeded $2 billion. Software companies don’t tend to have a lot in common with chocolatiers or confectioners. At TeamWork Group we know that the business … Continue reading Why Is This Tech Company Building a Chocolate Processing Plant?
Stage Flow Diagram It's time to improve your progress reporting game. And it's not hard to do. You rightly spend a lot of time preparing to do the work in the 3 preparation stages ahead of the execution stage. Your current work flow, as shown in the diagram, includes: 1. Strategic Stage - review whether … Continue reading Progress Reporting
Digital integration is baked into the DNA of the TWIST (TeamWork's Integrated Solution Technology) solution. This makes TWIST a simple and coordinated gateway for your team to benefit from digital integration. Collaboration between team members improves dramatically. TWIST helps you to manage most of your normal business processes in a single integrated solution. This keeps … Continue reading Digital Integration: One Solution – Many Apps
Projects evolve, are configured, then executed, and finally completed within a set of company or agency’s business processes. Whether well-defined or not, all of the processes involved in a project combine to define the project’s ecosystem. This post discusses traits of project ecosystems that are common today and discusses how a better, more integrated ecosystem … Continue reading The project ecosystem
Introduction: What is Work Management? We all spend some part of our day doing work. The work might depend on walk-in customers, so you can’t predict the number you’ll have in a day. You work as required. A park ranger, for example, measures the work by the traffic through the park, and requirements that may … Continue reading Solutions and Apps for Managing Work