EP 13: Hrishi Manavi of Gilead Sciences

In this podcast, Evan Hill chats with guest Hrishi Manavi, Associate Director of Capital Planning and Program Controls at Gilead Sciences on the effects of impending infrastructure funding for capital improvement planning as it relates to ‘anticipated cost’ theory. 
 
Accurate cost predictions require constant re-evaluation due to economic fluctuations and construction project changes. Digital technology solutions can help capital program managers keep up with otherwise complex processes, providing visibility to actual and potential cost impacts that affect forecasts and project performance. 
 
Tackling infrastructure plan projects requires tracking allocation of funds, real-time project-status updates, cost controls, document management, and stringent data security. How you manage and execute your projects going forward will be quite different from how you’ve done them in the past. Get Smart. Get Started. Get Results.

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