Cost Control

Cost is one of the key performance indicators for projects. Involved in controlling costs are processes centered around planning, estimating, budgeting, financing, funding and managing costs so that the project can be completed within the approved budget.

  • PM Network

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    PM Network interviews Shazlee Rosli, Project Management Office (PMO) Strategic Planning Manager, COO office, Hong Leong Bank Berhad.

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    By Doraisamy, Hari It is notoriously difficult for project managers to accurately estimate project costs. However, software that uses neural networks can be a powerful solution to this problem.

  • PM Network

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    By O'Connor, Kelsey Cost overruns can be a death sentence for capital projects. A study published in the May issue of The Accounting Review suggests that if teams know the same person will be at the helm from start to…

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    By Parsi, Novid From palaces to ancient tombs, renovations of world-famous tourist sites put project teams in the spotlight. And that spotlight is growing brighter: Global tourism reached a record 1.2 billion…

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    All project sites aren’t created equal—some countries are more cost-competitive than others in certain ways. To make the most of their overseas investment, organizations must size up the competition.


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