September 2001

Trends and Resources

HP Impact: HPImpact: Importance of SBU member visibility

Findings show that the chances of accomplishing vital pre-project planning interaction between project team members "drop off dramatically as the project's visibility to executive management diminishe..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Findings show that the chances of accomplishing vital pre-project planning interaction between project team members "drop off dramatically as the project's visibility to executive management diminishes." So says a recent perspective from Lou Cabano, president, Pathfinder, LLC. "Unfortunately, this indicates that only a few of the highest priority projects are given the possibility of establishing integrated thought and solid agreement during the crucial pre-execution phases," Cabano warns. Strategic business unit (SBU) representatives have enormous impact on the launching and ultimate performance results of capital ventures. Ironically, they often do not make the time available to ensure t

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