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10 Commandments of Front End Planning

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What is the leading cause of capital project cost & schedule overruns?

The undisputed answer the world over is poor scope definition.  Check out this infographic detailing the 10 commandments of front end planning based on CII’s implementation resource, “Front End Planning – Break the Rules, Pay the Price.”  Each of these 10 practices are proven ways to improve scope definition during front end planning.

Posted by Sandra MacGillivray on: September 15, 2016 10:12 AM | Permalink

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nice infographic!

Great points. Thanks for sharing

Great stuff, and great infographic. Thank you for the share.

Thanks for putting it together.

Good information

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