Tag: P6

Primavera P6 for STO

Primavera P6 for STO (Shutdowns, Turnaround, Outages) is not yet available from its developer, Oracle. Why? Perhaps they believe that if P6 it is good enough for EPC (Engineering, Procurement, Construction) projects, it is good enough for STO projects. If indeed this is true, you will never DRIVE your STO Project Plan, rather, you will continue to MONITOR your STO Project Plan using a Level III static Gantt chart and dreaded 3-Day Look-ahead, compromising safety and […]

STO Bono

Hi, everyone. I have 3 days of STO Bono work (a.k.a. Pro Bono) available for the 2015 Shutdown, Turnaround, Outage season. Please complete the form below if you’re interested. STO Bono Work In-house Primavera™ P6 Training Stakeholder Strategic Planning STO Kick-off Keynote Speaking STO Readiness Assessments In-house STO Best-practices Training Coaching Primavera™ P6 Dynamic Scheduling Methodology (DSM) Project Controls EvPM (Earned-value Performance Management) Primavera™ P6 Project Plan Optimization STO Steering Committee Mentorship Kind regards, Ej (Ted) […]

Productivity Factors

PF (Productivity Factors) The measure of performance (the result of effort expended) related to direct tool-time on a STO event is determined by a formula of earned (%) against planned (e) and actual ($). By using PF (Productivity Factors) during DSM (Dynamic Scheduling Methodology) you can simulate performance—using ‘what-if’ scenarios in programs such as MS Project© or Primavera™ P6—to determine the impact on cost and duration. PF Facts We do not measure productivity. We measure […]

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