[ANALYSIS] Interface Management – A Picture Paints A Thousand Roles

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Over the course of the preceding three decades, capital projects in both the commercial and industrial space have become increasingly larger and more complex.

The megaproject, defined as any project that costs in excess of $1 billion, is now ubiquitous. Unfortunately, cost run overs and late delivery are equally constant. With four out of every five oil and gas megaprojects failing to fulfil their objectives, interface management, the activities of defining, controlling, and communicating the information needed to enable projects to succeed, is becoming evermore important.

In the following interview we speak with an experienced systems integration engineer about his time working across rail sector, and how the lessons learned in this industry can be successfully transferred to other business verticals.