Netpoint, Presentations

It is common knowledge within our industry that many projects fail to meet their intended objectives. Extensive industry research has honed in on a handful of influential factors that are highly correlated to poor project outcomes. Chief among them is poor communication. This session will suggest strategies to improve project communication with stakeholders through intuitive, visual schedule representation. Stakeholder engagement in the development and maintenance of schedule models results in a greater level of understanding of the network by project participants.

Eric Lowther PMP, LEED AP

Eric brings extensive project management and project controls consulting experience spanning cost controls, schedule management, risk management, and claims analysis. He has led numerous teams responsible for schedule review and oversight, contract administration, cost controls, change order negotiation, monthly reporting, RFI/drawing/submittal administration, invoice review, verification, and document controls.

Mike Brown PMP

Mike Brown has extensive experience in project management, quality management, engineering, and program/project controls. His experience includes domestic and international home-office and field projects in upstream oil and gas, mining and minerals, chemical and polymers, aerospace and defense, consumer and forest products, energy, and infrastructure.

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