SAN JOSE, Calif., Oct. 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Realization, the leading provider of flow-based planning and execution solutions that help organizations complete projects 20 to 50 percent faster, today announced Project Flow 2012 - A CEO's Conclave for Executing Projects Faster in association with Cerebral Business Research. The event, an industry-leading global conference on project execution, will take place on November 23rd in Mumbai, India, following years of successful Project Flow conferences in the United States.http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20120402/NE80724LOGO
Project Flow 2012 brings together leaders from industries across India, including infrastructure, manufacturing, refining and power, to discuss the challenges organizations encounter when executing enterprise projects and how managers can significantly cut cycle time and costs through the use of flow-based planning and execution techniques. Conclave attendees will review case studies of companies in India and around the world that solved their problems through a systematic approach that eliminated multitasking and reduced the amount of work in process.
"Most projects are late and over budget, but they are essential to business growth," said Sanjeev Gupta, CEO of Realization. "Unchecked, they pose a huge risk for management. Without a deliberate approach to reducing the number of tasks teams are expected to accomplish at one time, projects fall victim to organizational multitasking, which greatly exacerbates delays. Project Flow 2012 gives Indian executives a unique opportunity to meet with and learn from their peers about best practices for improving projects."
Project Flow 2012 is the first international initiative of its kind in India that focuses in detail on the role of top executives in overall project management. The conclave will also provide executives with an opportunity to meet one-to-one with peers who have already achieved dramatic improvement in the performance of their projects.
Realization specializes in helping organizations complete projects 20-50 percent faster. More than 200 organizations worldwide have successfully implemented Realization's methodology and software, including Boeing, NASA, Lufthansa, Hewlett-Packard and SAP, and Indian companies including Dr. Reddy's Labs, Larsen & Toubro, Trident, TATA Steel, Vardhman and the Bihar Urban Infrastructure Development Corporation (BUIDCo). Together, these organizations have realized more than US$3.5 billion in additional cash and profits.
"India is facing a severe shortage of project management knowledge and experience in its workforce, but is also facing a need for unprecedented infrastructure growth. How executives address this organizational challenge will be critical to their continued success," said Gupta. "At Realization, we have demonstrated that our method and our technology unequivocally deliver dramatic gains in project execution, and we are bringing this solution and knowledge to Indian executives to help them achieve similar results with their projects."
The Project Flow conference will take place at the JW Marriott Mumbai on November 23, 2012. To register for the event, please visit http://www.projectflow2012.com/Registration.asp. For additional information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Realization is the leading provider of Flow-based Planning and Execution solutions for engineering and projects. It helps organizations complete projects 20 to 50 percent faster and 10-30 percent more efficiently by reducing multitasking and exposing true bottlenecks. Realization's more than 200 clients include organizations like ABB, Amdocs, BHP Billiton, Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, L&T, Medtronic, NASA and the U.S. Air Force. Collectively Realization's clients have realized $3.5 billion in additional cash and profits by completing projects faster and more efficiently. Realization is headquartered in San Jose, California, with offices in India, France, Japan, and South Africa. For more information, visit www.realization.com.
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