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Making sense of all of your data from all of your projects can feel like trying to understand a foreign language. But, when we break it down into steps, it starts to make a lot more sense. 

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Making sense of all of your data from all of your projects can feel like trying to understand a foreign language. But, when we break it down into steps, it starts to make a lot more sense. 
Confirmation bias can be particularly problematic in project and schedule management, where decisions must be based on accurate and comprehensive information.
SmartPM's recognition as a top construction scheduling software in 2023 attests to the immense value in automated project controls.
Project controls are not just a subset of project management; they are its backbone, focusing on meticulous monitoring and analysis.
Schedule management involves navigating a complex landscape of risks that can significantly impact project budgets and timelines.
Compression quantifies extra workload, helping gauge whether end dates are feasible without excessive strain on your workforce.
In today’s digital world, every piece of information is stored on a remote system and it's the service provider’s responsibility to take appropriate measures to protect client data.
Analyzing schedule data has revolutionized how construction risks are identified and managed. By scrutinizing the schedule, you can pinpoint micro (project) and macro (organizational) risks.
Integrating planning and scheduling is not just a theoretical advantage but a practical solution to common industry challenges.
By looking at float and criticality, a well-built CPM schedule paints the picture of what actually happens on-site.
Similar to a report card gauging a student’s progress during the school year, project health gauges how well a project is doing against set standards. 
By plotting the earned value curves in the schedule versus what is actually happening, you can reflect on durations with levels of risk, over-optimism bias, and planning fallacy.

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