• Scheduling Your Internal Projects
    An Expert Discussion of Successful Practices

    Our April/May webinar is a panel discussion featuring four top experts in internal corporate scheduling, our moderator, Ed Mahler of the Project Administration Institute and panelists Brian Cohn of Aspire Innovation, Michelle Colodzin Gunsher of CommonSpirit Health and Mark Swiderski of Praxilient. This is your chance to learn why it makes sense, and how, to control projects from within. Topics for discussion include (1) who should own the schedule, (2) deliverables-based scheduling, (3) matrix management challenges and (4) the use of consistent scheduling standards throughout an organization.ur March webinar takes a look at how to proceed when problems on a project can’t be resolved.  It focuses on recent Federal and State court decisions discussing CPM scheduling and schedule impact and delay issues.  The lessons learned from these cases can be an important guide to industry practitioners prosecuting or defending claims. Our speakers, Stephen Hurlbut and Mark Groff, are premier legal historians and co-authors of Construction Scheduling: Preparation, Liability, and Claims, so be sure to beg, borrow or steal (or consider buying) a copy of their book, and visit the webinar by following the link below.  And, let us know your thoughts.

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  • Evolving Case Law in Recent
    Schedule-Related Court Decisions

    Our March webinar takes a look at how to proceed when problems on a project can’t be resolved.  It focuses on recent Federal and State court decisions discussing CPM scheduling and schedule impact and delay issues.  The lessons learned from these cases can be an important guide to industry practitioners prosecuting or defending claims. Our speakers, Stephen Hurlbut and Mark Groff, are premier legal historians and co-authors of Construction Scheduling: Preparation, Liability, and Claims, so be sure to beg, borrow or steal (or consider buying) a copy of their book, and visit the webinar by following the link below.  And, let us know your thoughts.

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  • What’s Wrong with Today’s Scheduling Software and How Artificial Intelligence Can Help

    Our January Webinar, What's Wrong with Today's Scheduling Software and How Artificial Intelligence Can Help, is a panel discussion moderated by Jesus de la Garza, the Chair of the Glenn Department of Civil Engineering at Clemson University.  Panelists include Dev Amratia, CEO of nPlan; Gui Ponce de Leon, CEO of PMA Consultants; and René Morkos, CEO of Alice Technologies. 

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  • Emerging Trends in Lost Productivity Claims

    Our November Webinar, Emerging Trends in Lost Productivity Claims, is a panel discussion moderated by John Cook, an attorney with Smith Pachter McWhorter.  Panelists include Dave Halligan, managing director with Ankura; Henry Spieker,  partner with HKA; and Stu Ockman, president of Ockman & Borden Associates. 

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  • If Different Delay Analysis Methodologies, Produce Different Results, Which One Works?

    Our September/October Webinar, If Different Delay Analysis Methodologies, Produce Different Results, Which One Works?, is a panel discussion moderated by Rick Moffat, a partner with HKA.  Panelists who participated in the October encore include Andy Ness, a top arbitrator and mediator with JAMS; Bruce Stephan, executive director with PMA Consultants ; Meera Wagman, managing director with Secretariat; and Stu Ockman, president of Ockman & Borden Associates. 

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  • How to Get the Most from Your Project Schedules

    Whether you’re an experienced scheduler or a novice, this webinar will give you an opportunity to learn and/or confirm (1) how to deal with the challenges faced on any project and (2) how to identify and respond to potential delays early to maximize the chances of project success and minimize the risk of litigating costly and time-consuming disputes.

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