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Researchers are delving into diverse social-, human-, and context-centered phenomena within the project-based environment. This book presents papers that reflect the richness of this developing intellectual area in highlighting how projects interrelate with their social and contextual environments.
It is critical to align talent management to organizational strategy. Project dollars at risk decrease as alignment of talent management to organizational strategy increases.
Some issues arise at project closing that are not directly related to the project. Blogger Bernadine Douglas, PMP discusses handling team adjournment, seeking changes to the organization’s processes and preparing reports connected to increases (or decreases) in revenue.
Project portfolio management can be a powerful tool to ensure an organization’s investments work together effectively and deliver true business results. Portfolio management is about choosing the right projects and programs for the corporate strategy.