December 4, 2017
You sent us your questions, and this week we’re answering as many as possible! We’ve got questions from Singapore, Los Angeles, Moscow, Nashville, and even a few from Team Marcus – all in under two minutes.
How would you go about solving the extreme “complex coordination” required of a “mega team” (over 5,000 team members) tasked with executing a “mega project”—such as construction of a nuclear power plant—that consists of 100’s of large, deeply interrelated (and interdependent) mission-critical projects that are unintuitively constrained by a multitude of disparate legacy enterprise systems, regulatory hurdles, technical experts, workflows, massive supply chains and strategic partners across the globe?
The underlying business problem is that mega projects have been perpetually plagued by massive multi-billion dollar cost and schedule overruns for decades.
Oh no! Which one is the lie? How many comments do I need to post here to learn the answer?
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