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Project optimisation can be defined as finding the solution, from the available alternative options, with the most cost effective or highest achievable performance under the given constraints, by maximising desired factors and minimising undesired ones.

This guideline on project optimisation techniques provides an overview of the most popular techniques that can be used during the different project stages to optimise aspects of a project. It does not go into extensive detail of each of these optimisation techniques.

Intended Audience

  • Business owners
  • Engineering
  • Commercial
  • Operations
  • Project Management Team


  • Context
  • Organisational support
  • Generic optimisation techniques
  • Business related optimisation techniques
  • Process related optimisation techniques
  • Project execution related optimisation techniques
  • Operations related optimisation techniques


Jurie Steyn



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