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  • Deepwater horizon member content open

    By Greene-Blose, Joanne M. Organizational behavior plays a significant role in how a company views and responds to risk. Citing the 2010 BP Deepwater/Macondo well explosion as a real world example, the author demonstrates a…

  • The scope crept, the risks leapt! member content open

    By Walker, Loran W Everything is under control. The initiation of the project went smoothly. The SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) analysis was complete. The project plan came together without a…

  • Why good project management is not enough member content open

    By Bannerman, Paul L. A common view is that good project management is necessary but not enough to ensure project success. This begs the question: Why not? This paper examines current factor-, process-, and…

  • Four common rookie project manager mistakes and how to avoid them member content open

    By Brownlee, Dana Rookie project managers often fall victim to costly mistakes and errors that can derail a project and significantly affect one's project management career. Fortunately, these mistakes are indeed…

  • Risk management member content open

    By Thorn, Michael E. Life is full of risk and uncertainty and, as a result, life can often be unfair. These are statements of fact--the real point of interest is how one responds to them. Some people and organizations…

  • Integration of earned value and risk management using contingency reserves member content open

    By Sheives, Tom This paper demonstrates a simplified approach for integrating risk management into earned value through the use of contingency reserves. Most project managers who use earned value performance…

  • Applying the principles of system dynamics to project risk management or "the domino effect" member content open

    By Gray, Mark | Shahidi, Azin System dynamics (SD), as a method for understanding the complex interactions within a system, has been successfully applied to problems from understanding the spread of disease to modeling…

  • Urgency member content open

    By Vargas, Ricardo Viana Given the natural speed and dynamism of the world, agility and sense of urgency have become preponderant in all projects. Challenging deadlines and budgets make the management of these projects a…

  • Resurrecting the program that perished member content open

    By Wilson, Peter When a project or a program begins to fail, many organizations are too quick to terminate the initiative before exploring possible ways to save it from failure. This paper examines a case study…

  • Single telecom provider for multinational companies member content open

    By Abajo Bedmar, Mariano de | Gaspar Rebollo, Alejandro By teaming with wholesale global telecommunications companies (WGTC), multinational organizations (MNO) can not only keep up with the widely diverse and ever-changing demands involved in…

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