Developing the Annual Plan, A Project Manager’s Perspective

As project managers, we are often asked to forecast an annual plan of current and requested projects. Not only does this task involve developing a cost estimate and project timeline, it also requires project managers to think about their own level of effort, i.e., “How am I supposed to get all of this done?” Using NetPoint, we are able to visualize that plan, allowing the project managers to review the following year’s projects and set realistic expectations with leadership.

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Ryan Kolczynski – Southwest Airlines

Ryan has ten years of experience with Southwest Airlines and as a contract engineer in the oil and gas sectors. He is well versed in both design and execution portions of construction projects from the owner and contractor perspectives. He uses Primavera (P6), NetPoint, and drafting softwares (Autodesk, Revit, etc).

 

Joseph Puzon, PMP, EIT – PMA Consultants

Joseph has experience in project controls for the healthcare and aviation sectors. He has provided cost, schedule, and change controls including planning, scheduling, schedule review, cost engineering, and change order management.

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