Avoiding Program Icebergs:
Using Linked Controls to Anticipate and Avoid Trouble

Presented by:
John Driessnack
Projects are not destined to fail. In fact, most failures happen over an extended period of time with cost, risk, earned value, schedule, and technical performance (CREST) metrics indicating growing issues. A proactive, linked approach can improve awareness of the issues and provide insights on how to mitigate and implement necessary changes. Addressing issues early is considerably less costly than trying to recover from problems that have festered over a longer period of time.

In this webinar, you will learn how to:
  • Develop program control approaches that:
  • Link cost, risk, earned value, schedule, and technical metrics (CREST)
  • Integrate project management tools to improve awareness of issues
  • Increase efficiency in identifying and remedying troubled areas in your projects
  • Apply concepts outlined in GAO best practice guide (GAO-09-3SP)

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