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Win sets of David Hulett’s – Integrated Cost-Schedule Risk Analysis and Practical Schedule Risk Analysis (worth £99 each) at the Planning & Scheduling Awards & Symposium to be held on the 12th of July 2012 at The Brewery, London.
The event consists of a black-tie Gala Awards Dinner and Symposium: an exhibition and conference offering opportunities to meet other industry professionals and hear presentations on the challenges, best practices and latest technology advancements within the planning and scheduling environment.
There are 6 award categories and submissions can come either from you or your company/organisation. The judging panel is made up from the following organisations:
ACostE (Association of Cost Engineers)
APM (Association for Project Management)
ECI (European Construction Institute)
ECITB (Engineering Construction Industry Training Board)
London Organising Committee of the Olympic & Paralympic Games
ICE (Institution of Civil Engineers)
MPA (Major Projects Association)
The Engineering Project Academy at the University of Leeds
David Hulett (Practical Schedule Risk Analysis and Integrated Cost and Schedule Risk Analysis) is a very effective advocate for quantitative risk analysis. He makes a powerful argument in this article for using it for strategic decisions of all kinds and he provides a detailed worked example using a sales strategy … convincing stuff and well worth a read if you are a decision maker and are looking for something more tangible for assessing the resilience of your strategies.