Operational planning is about building schedules, a creative and exciting work. A group with me as a planner, together with the project members, find a way forward to achieve the goals we have set.
We build a structure for the project and then fill this structure with activities that we can connect. The connection means that during all phases of the project we can see in advance if we reach the set goals and implement any measures if we see that we slip
When the schedule is in place, we follow up where we see how much of what we planned to do is really done. Based on this snapshot of reality, we can make analyzes and create reports to communicate with the project's stakeholders but also find measures to implement where needed.
"Thinking is a general repetition of action" - Sigmund Freud