Join Bob McGannon for an in-depth discussion in this video The rescue, part of Rescuing Troubled Projects.
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>> So, let's talk a little bit about the rescue approach.…So, after you worked with the stakeholders to get them…all heading in the right direction, did they stay aligned?…>> That would have been nice.…The stakeholders were aligned in that once we…got through the situation and we used the…analysis tool, we weren't getting conflicting direction, the…don't spend money, spend money sort of dichotomy to…try to deal with.…So pretty much the, the, the set of objectives was there and stayed there.…
What ultimately changed is some of the…prioritization and emphasis was never in someone's head.…I mean the, the chief financial officer was always going to look at…the dollars And we weren't going to get him to not look at the dollars.…So there was a lot of scrutiny on, even if somebody else said and, and they'd agreed…that we could spend 10% more in some…operational process, he was always there to, to scrutinize.…Whenever there was a cost addition to bring us…toward that 10%, even when we were within that target.…
Now to a degree that's to be expected on any project.…
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