Like the cheerleaders that lost the diss war, “scoreboard, scoreboard” is used to humble teams who’s performance lags behind. In construction, “Schedule, schedule” becomes the jeer towards contactors that don’t keep up with their plan. Of course, in business, it goes beyond high school egos. Contractors don’t get “dragged” with simple put downs; they get
“If you don’t need it I don’t either.” I’d have never guessed how much that machismo response would shape the next eight years. This was as we purchased tickets for a dinner cruise on a catamaran sailing the Pacific to the northwest side of Kauai, the “Napoli Coast”. My wife and I were on our
Thanksgiving is probably my favorite holiday, because we get to take our personal inventory. We’re encouraged to step back and take note of what’s important, the relationships that enhance our lives, and the fortunes we’ve been afforded. If we’re lucky and brave enough, we can show gratitude to those that have brought it into our
A quote I love is “we seek progress, not perfection.” It guides my personal life, our consultants’ career goals, and our technical development. From that, I’ve learned to warn our clients, “the perfect schedule is the last update.” Since day one, our tag line has been “HITO can help” which means we want to improve
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Here’s a short video, very rough, showing how to navigate and utilize our excel schedule lookahead planner. We’ll add some audio and edit it later. Activities are exported from P6. The “Export Updater” is the user interface. Date basics: Dates can be changed by simply double clicking in the Gantt chart area. It creates an
Starting in 2009, I worked on industrial job-sites as a full-time construction scheduler. My passion has always been to make a difference and empower the field to make the best decisions. I pride myself in getting the best out of the best. During schedule reviews, I quickly learned that Gantt charts were often a sedative
I’ve always been intrigued by data. When I was young, I knew I wanted to have some sort of career that involved numbers. So naturally, I went to college to help me find exactly what that career would be. I wanted to steer clear of accounting, thanks to a less than effective high school teacher,