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Defining the end of a project is a little more difficult You can define it as the date you pass the municipal final inspection and hand your client a final bill You can define it when the punch list is done and your internal close-out processes have been completed Or you can define it as I do once the year warranty period is over It’s only at this point that you can allocate any callback costs to your job and have a true and clear understanding of your project’s profitability Cost Constraint All dreams that come true are constrained by a budget If you have completed step one and two of the project management process socpe and schedual constraints and spent enough time to develop rapport and in-depth knowledge of your client’s values and expectations you can help your client develop a budget that accurately balances their means with their dreams For example my wife wanted a working kitchen Her husband could not afford a luxury kitchen So we developed a plan that included lots of counter space a scratch-and-dent set of semi-professional appliances and two refrigerators instead of an expensive Sub-Zero granite counters and European cabinets In the end she had the kitchen she wanted and I could afford I had an advantage I knew the principal stakeholder very very well Time is also money You already know–at least intuitively if you don’t have good accounting–that projects that run smoothly and quickly turn out profitably When you develop your schedule accurately you essentially build the project conceptually before doing any construction at all You understand the process and this allows you to create an accurate budget This budget will likely cause you to revisit the scope with your client and make adjustments Ultimately defining the cost constraint accurately avoids the biggest problem area between contractors and customers and this is change orders and overruns And this is why cost comes third rather than first in the project management trilogy It’s usually the opposite of what happens in real life where customers call and the first question they ask is “How much does a kitchen remodel cost” Quality and Risk Constraints Although professional project managers speak about the triple constraint scope schedule and cost I also consider quality and risk as important constraints to define and consider As a homebuilder and remodeler you likely live in the same geographic area where your live and sometimes run into your clients at the supermarket The risks you run include the risk of losing money and the risk of losing your good reputation which ultimately affects your pocketbook too Quality in materials and construction work is the most important hedge you have against loosing money I keep track of the full impact of every callback I account for the money lost to underperforming materials and specific tradesmen So that instead of closing my eyes and clenching my teeth when things go wrong I open my eyes take on the problem account for multiple costs of poor quality–hopefully learning something in the process to avoid in the future Does this mean I only buy the best of everything No I have spent an entire career building affordable housing so I am very familiar with the concept of cutting costs I’ve written two books about it and consider myself an expert Ultimately I have learned to understand my tolerance for risk when balancing the scope and cost constraints of a project ? I can tolerate the risk of replacing a generic light fixture or faucet but I cannot tolerate the risk of ripping apart walls to fix a shower valve So when I develop a scope of work I specify high quality name brand shower valves and have no aversion to buy the discounted light fixtures and lavatory faucets on sale at the home improvement center I can risk replacing a $20 faucet I cannot risk spending $1500 to replace a faulty shower valve buried behind a wall of tile When I found windows where one of the costliest items in callbacks I stopped buying the cheapest windows and opted for better brands and spent time and money training a “window team” to install them On the other hand I have built hundreds of homes using money-saving methods like advanced-framing techniques and frost protected shallow foundations without a single callback So you can be cheap if you understand your risk tolerance or constraint whether $20 or $1500 and apply the high quality insurance model not as a slogan or a budget-busting mindset but strategically as an indispensable project constraint Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox Written by Yoginder K Alagh | Updated: October 13 2017 1:43 am The deceleration of growth in 2012 was policy induced The trouble later was equally so Related News Delhi’s denials of reality would be funny if it weren’t for the tragic consequences On the economy this denial dates back to 2012 when Manmohan Singh was in charge and Rahul Gandhi has only now underlined that unemployment was the problem Yashwant Sinha has edited a book on The Future of the Indian Economy and documented the continuing crisis Employment is only a part of the story Arvind Panagariya was more direct The corporate sector has performed well he said Investment output and employment have been rising He took averages to make comparisons which is not good statistics for analysis of short-run changes for if there are three numbers 5 10 and 15 the average is 5 but there is wild oscillation Panagariya has written a good book on the Indian economy but he is not a great statistician His use of averages to force the argument that the blip last year and this year will be reversed is flawed Fortunately his successor Rajiv Kumar says it is difficult but doable The deceleration of growth in 2012 was policy induced The trouble later was equally so The economy decelerated and voters correctly placed the blame on the UPA government and voted it out Rahul Gandhi is absolutely correct in accepting the mistake on behalf of the then ruling party and saying that it needs to be corrected Panagariya is too good an economist to ignore the non-corporate sector and its importance in the economy when the corporate sector is less than a tenth of the economy In terms of output and employment the non-corporate sector is important because jobs are created there But for the sake of debating points the fact that the national accounts data doesn’t show a rosy picture and includes performance of the non-corporate sector was slurred over Yashwant Sinha has also started a debate and in a piece in these columns established that the reversal of the slowdown was simply not there S Gurumurthy had the courage to say that since Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s days employment has been on the back burner Half a problem is solved if a mistake is admitted and an amendment is made But the empire struck back On Rahul a commentator close to the establishment said that speeches in America won’t matter in eastern UP Another said that Berkeley and the Ivy League schools don’t matter I went to the University of Pennsylvania and also taught there including at Wharton and Swarthmore College Working as I do in Gujarat from 1968 I hold the motel owner-NRIs in high esteem Many are engineers and so on who went into motels since other options were not there when they settled in America and being intelligent and well-trained made a success of them But the Ivy League and the professional crowd is also important have strong connections at home and their opinion is respected in India In fact they remain more often than not more connected with India than the motel NRIs and so should definitely not be ignored Sinha asked the beleaguered establishment to get back to the drawing board One commentator strangely argued that he was wrong because real rural wages have been rising Abhijit Sen now back at JNU had pointed out a decade ago that the rural wage rate is rising but unemployment is there in a big way This conundrum needs to be worked on rather than being wished away Another commentator was to argue that imports are rising so Sinha must be wrong but we are a continental economy A senior minister could only abuse Sinha; strange since the finance and planning ministries have been known for their professional stance One can only hope that the policy response will be more professional The so-called stimulus package should not just give us lectures on reform Someday we will get to one or maybe two rates and have a real GST which then after six months will start working Until then we can call it a GST but with five rates it’s not unlike a sales tax Some day the demonetisation effects will wear off Also please don’t end it all by telling the ministries to spend more efficiently based on existing financial allocations If reports are correct the captive secretary saying ‘yes sir’ must have gone out sniggering Efficiency doesn’t improve by lectures Assuming that working styles will remain more or less the same design a real stimulus If you do your job and raise demand the economy will respond magnificently The writer a former Union minister is chancellor Central University of Gujarat For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Sreenivas Janyala | Visakhapatnam | Updated: October 14 2014 10:03 am Boats damaged by the cyclone in Visakhapatnam on Monday (Reuters ) Related News The death toll in Andhra Pradesh rose to 21 on Monday with officials saying that most people died when trees or walls fell on them in Visakhapatnam (15 deaths) Vizianagaram (5) and Srikakulam (1) Special commissioner for disaster management K Hymavathi said 320 villages have been affected and 5727 electricity transformers have been damaged At least 400 government buildings and public properties have also been damaged About 248 lakh people have been affected and are being provided shelter and food in 320 camps The government has opened 223 medical camps in affected areas A view of the damaged airport after Hudhud Cyclone in Vishakapatnam (Source: PTI) Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu is camping in Visakhapatnam to monitor relief efforts In spite of strong lobbying this could be one reason why Visakhapatnam lost out in the race to become Andhra’s capital: In a crisis like a cyclone the city cannot function No power no water no fuel and no essential commodities some 24 hours after cyclone Hudhud ravaged it the city is struggling to find its feet Investor confidence has taken a beating as a complete picture of the devastation begins to emerge “It was always thought that the range of low-lying hills and its location abutting into the coast would protect Vizag but a cyclone of this intensity has shown the city is vulnerable” says P Vishnu Raju MLA from Vizag North Hotels corporates fuel outlets airport railways and IT companies have taken a hit With communications paralysed or networks overwhelmed the city came to a grinding halt on Monday Employees of government and private companies reported for work Monday morning but found their offices in a mess Only three chambers outside District Collector Yuvaraj’s room were running on backup power A police official on special duty struggled to make wireless contact with those in the field while the few landlines that were working were overwhelmed with calls reporting uprooted trees Some Vizag residents converted the unofficial holiday into a picnic flocking to the beach to watch the cyclone’s aftereffect — huge waves crashing into the shore “I came out after two days looking for milk Amazed to see the devastation My little daughter keeps asking why is everything is broken” said KV Murthy a shipping company employee “Everything is closed and essential commodities are not available ” The NH-9 and state highways are not yet fully open as fire and emergency municipal and NDRF teams struggled to clear fallen trees and poles Without power fuel outlets remained closed affecting transport Andhra’s Transmission Corporation officials said that as power lines had fallen everywhere it was risky to restore power even partially in some areas The closure of NTPC’s Simhadri unit is a big blow to power generation Hundreds of Greater Vizag Municipal Corporation workers armed with axes and chainsaws were on the streets trying to clear trees and debris The state government is struggling to get a grip on the situation and hundreds of officials have been sent into the affected areas to assess the dama For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News she also posits women as essentially reproductive machines and talks about motherhood as a compulsory duty and not as a choice.

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