Understanding the uncertainty in schedule forecasts supports decision making for planning, for setting targets and contingencies, for risk treatment planning and for the selection of options. The methods used in this field are still evolving and Broadleaf has been part of their development since they came into general use.
Our history in schedule modelling allows us to isolate the most useful ideas and techniques and to tailor the way they are applied to particular requirements. We make efficient use of a client team’s time and deliver valuable insights into the source and magnitude of schedule uncertainty.
We have applied these techniques to projects at all stages from concept development through to implementation updates. The analyses typically result in improvements to the existing plans and allow schedule commitments to be set at achievable dates, as well as identifying where close control will be required to ensure those dates are met.