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January 24, 2006

24.01.2006

Most of the day went on planning for improving the process of flight builder game, was able to really feel the chaos goind in a group of 15…then consider the chaos created by several 1000s. Its really tough managing projects in the multiscale levels. I was in the logistics team, most of the time we spent on following through the steps invovlved and we were discussing about trivial things….which were never useful. How to avoid it…. Will have to learn that quickly. Few stumbles here and there… team logistics & team process….came up with a new ideas which got implemented at the last minute.

23.01.2006

PIUSS moduel started with an introduction, followed by a long discussion & presentation by john gillet on the project management aspect. Sounds good to focus more on project focus & commonsense approaches which are normally missing in working conditions. Performance declining as the time passes was a typical phenomenon which was noticed in my co, I thought it was the age factor but no… thats a universal factor I think. Most of the discussion was focussed on Success factors for projects. Something which ive learnt good today…stabilised prcess is achieved by the relentless effort in eliminating variation over years….Entropy is a measure of chaos ( I was not knowing that entropy is this simple). Spent few mins on change management. Started with the flight building game….as an operator….found to be very interesting at the same time able to appreciate the criticality & skill required in such a simple job. After few hiccups team managed to cope up with processes.

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