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  • Utilizing a project profile matrix to determine project management requirements member content open

    By Josey, W. Chad | England, Kenric One of the challenges in developing an enterprise-wide approach to managing projects is creating a standard method that is applicable to the full range of projects--of often vastly differing…

  • Do most project managers still live under the bell curve? member content open

    By Deguire, Manon Using the traditional approach to measure project uncertainty, an approach involving Gaussian probabilistic models and the bell curve, often cannot provide a realistic and rational snapshot of the…

  • How groups make risky decisions member content open

    By Hillson, David Managing project risk involves making decisions about uncertain events and conditions that matter. This paper examines how the dynamics of risk attitudes affects the process of decision making. In…

  • Improving schedule management member content open

    By Weaver, Patrick To help evolve the practice of project management, researchers and practitioners are developing dynamic paradigms informed by complexity theory and social network theory. This paper examines how…

  • Offshoring for the project manager: globalization is here. Are you ready to take advantage of it? member content open

    By Serrador, Pedro To gain top-level experts for an affordable cost, many organizations are outsourcing their critical and non-critical business activities. But managing these projects effectively requires that…

  • The new Greek project management standard ELOT 1429: can it help? member content open

    By Giotis, Theofanis C. To improve the quality of projects implemented for Greece's public sector, the government's Greek Organization for Standardization (ELOT) created--between August 2007 and December 2008--a maturity…

  • A cookbook for jumpstarting project portfolio management member content open

    By Tan, Kristy C. | Paris, Richard K. Numerous studies show the value that project management can generate. As a result, an increasing number of organizations have begun adopting project management as a process for implementing all…

  • Storytelling is for kids-- and project managers member content open

    By Merla, Eddie Research has proven that stories are an effective medium for helping individuals learn. Through stories, humans learn how to resolve problems, establish relationships, and create life visions. This…

  • Collaborative, cohesive team--do you have one! member content open

    By Treasure, Brenda Projects fail and projects succeed for numerous reasons, many of which involve the quality of the relationships between project teams members. This paper examines two tools for detecting and…

  • The added value of serious games in management development programs: the Slowesa case member content open

    By Pomper, Albert-Jan | Jordaan, Bruno | Ravesloot, Johan Over the past few years, serious games have emerged as an increasingly common method of providing management teams with training exercises, with games that are now rivaling such traditional games as…

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