- Scope freeze, scope change cutoff
- Single point of authority to add/drop/change scope
- Risk-based decision making on ‘found’ or ‘discovered’ work
- Cost and duration offsets
- Post shutdown root cause analysis and corrective action
So, when scope change happens we celebrate because this is an opportunity to learn and improve.
For part shortages, we pre-stage and confirm parts be fore needed.
For ‘found work’, we freeze the scope.
Over runs and delays can happen, and so the turnaround plan has a single delay buffer.