[Webinar] Siemens Case Study: How Siemens is Taking Advantage of Real-Time Scheduling Using 2-Tiered Tasks

Rob Fuller, Director of Engineering at Siemens, discusses why 2-Tier Tasks are necessary for planning and scheduling R&D projects and the initial results they have achieved.

Specifically, how 2-Tier Tasks help

- Account for the uncertainties of scope and work,

- Minimize design iterations and "traveled work,"

- Define the required cross-functional teams,

- Minimize planning and re-planning effort, and

- Reduce task and project durations.

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Meet The Presenters

Rob Fuller

Rob started his career in engineering, moved to project management and then continued to engineering management. He has worked for Siemens and Siemens Gamesa for 22 years in the power generation industry. He has been in wind power for the last one and half years as engineering manager for the Hub and Nacelle of their 2.5-megawatt onshore platform.

Sanjeev Gupta

Sanjeev is Founder and CEO of Realization. Under his leadership, Realization has helped more than 300 clients in a range of industries – including new product development, aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), engineer-to-order, and construction – collectively realize more than $6 billion in additional cash and profits by using their resources more efficiently. Realization’s clients include organizations from the U.S. military, Boeing and Delta Air Lines to Medtronic, Siemens and NASA.

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