model
by Timothy Deane Mather

Some might say, if it’s not broken, don’t fix it, those are the same folks who fail to innovate, time

Posted in CPM, GPM, Planning, Risk Tagged with: , ,

safefloat
by Timothy Deane Mather

Safe Float – what is it and how does it impact the risk analysis process? Let’s just delve right in

Posted in Project Management, Risk, Scheduling

risk-analysis-slider
by Timothy Deane Mather

“Optimism is the madness of insisting that all is well when we are miserable.” – Voltaire In case you happened

Posted in GPM, Methods, Planning, Risk, Scheduling

6-30-math-roll
by Timothy Deane Mather

“Pure mathematics is, in its way, the poetry of logical ideas.”  - Albert Einstein Many believe that Einstein struggled with

Posted in Planning, Project Management, Risk, Scheduling

lego schedule
by Timothy Deane Mather

I was talking with a project manager the other day who was  frustrated with his inability to effectively communicate his

Posted in Building Information Modeling, Collaboration, Project Management, Scheduling

4_13_Roll_sq1
by Timothy Deane Mather

Vector math is a field of study with which we are all familiar, even if we don’t know it by

Posted in Collaboration, Project Management, Visualization

value return on investment
by Timothy Deane Mather

Do interactive planning sessions and collaboration make or lose money for my business? There is no question that collaboration will

Posted in Collaboration, Fundamentals, Planning, Project Management

cpm conference
by Timothy Deane Mather

There were about 250 attendees at the Construction CPM conference in New Orleans, and Fred Plotnick did a wonderful job

Posted in Construction, CPM, Project Management

ruler-roll
by Timothy Deane Mather

An accepted schedule, a key goal of the review process, establishes a baseline for the project. We often find that

Posted in Construction, Project Management, Scheduling

meeting-roll
by Timothy Deane Mather

A schedule review should be a productive exchange between the contractor and owner that results in a reliable schedule.

Posted in Construction, Planning, Scheduling