Project Execution Planning

Start every project on the right foot: a single consolidated source of detailed information about the project in terms of baselines and anticipated execution

Project Execution Plan – project strategies and guideline

A PEP describes how, when and by whom a specific target or set of targets are to be achieved in terms general processes, major products, key activities and quantified resources required. These targets will include the deliverables, timescales, costs, quality and benefits. A governing document for execution, monitoring, and control, the main communication vehicle for awareness and knowledge on accomplishing objectives.

Dyadanac assists with:

  • Wise practices to avoid subtle traps in planning
  • Simple steps to start right to finish strong
  • Contextualize PEP: One of the ‘Top Deliverables’ for a project

Dyadanac provides and advises on:

  • Compilation, approval & custodian of the PEP
  • Templates for Owners, Consultants or Contractors
  • Correlation to contracts
  • Check Lists
  • Uses/benefits
  • Reviews and approvals
  • and supports with regular compliance reviews

NOTE: A PEP should reflect as much as possible the generally accepted Project Management Best Practices – see for instance the PMP® handbook

Stage Planning: Manageable up-to-date versions

Also referred to as a 30/60/90 days look-ahead plan, a Stage Plan is beneficial for each management stage, based on the PEP, but each element is broken down to the level of detail required to be an adequate basis for day-to-day management and is:
- produced close to the time when the planned events will take place
- compiled with the knowledge of the performance of earlier management stages.

Dyadanac provides and advises on:

  • Compilation, templates & check Lists
  • Uses, benefits and implementation
  • Interfaces: Stage Plans & the Project Note Book

Invaluable: Customizable reports & dashboards, for each audience to see what they need to see!