Unveil Factors of Project Success

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  1. Assess what is worked before. Learn from the past projects, include projects outside of our organizations. Maximize your organization’s knowledge and data management.
  2. Organize for the unforeseen. Keep update of what is going on out there to get a view of the upcoming changing behaviors or disruptions, and get prepared to face it.
  3. Rehearse first. This can be done through technology utilization, such as Building Information Modeling (BIM), or on-off site simulations and prototypes.
  4. Calibrate and apportion risk appropriately. Gary Cohn (an American business leader) said that if you did not invest in risk management, it did not matter what business you were in, it was a risky business.
  5. Harness innovation from start to finish. Innovation is not always about sophisticated technology usage. It can be an innovation in strategy, management, or leadership. A simple way that can lead us to innovation, and I would love to talk about it in another part is Kaizen. And do not afraid of thinking about something that does not exist yet.

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Eclectic taste in knowledge. Interested in infrastructure, project management, organizational behavior, global economy, entrepreneurship, and waste management.

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