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  • Strategic value management member content open

    By Thiry, Michel Beginning with an outline of the evolution of value management from value engineering/analysis into a strategic management approach, this paper applies value management as a strategy formulation and…

  • Project risk analysis to support strategic and project management member content open

    By El-Mehalawi, Mohamed E. Successful project cost and schedule risk management is always capable of informing project management of "where the project is" and "where the project is going" in the future. Current project…

  • No project left behind member content open

    By Duke, Roger | Gupta, Surenda By volunteering to work on community projects, project professionals can help others understand how projects can shape communal life and how project management can help individuals achieve goals.…

  • Schedule improvement through innovative procurement strategies member content open

    By Hammad, Mohammed A. Energy provider Saudi Aramco (SA) has--over the course of many years--improved its process for developing program schedules. From this effort, SA was able to establish best practices, reduce…

  • Not for the faint hearted member content open

    By Goodman, Elizabeth | Henry, Patricia Troubled projects are a common occurrence in the contemporary business world. Turning around such projects, however, is an uncommon achievement. This paper examines a case study showing how the…

  • Expected utility theory as a guide to contingency allocation member content open

    By Thibadeau, Barbara | Edirisinghe, Chanaka Contingency--for both budgets and schedules--provides project managers with the estimating cushion they need to protect their projects from cost and time overruns. Effectively allocating these…

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    Planning and scheduling member content open

    By Moylan, William A. Planning and scheduling are distinct but inseparable aspects of the successful project. Planning selects policies and procedures in order to achieve objectives; scheduling converts a project action…

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    Integrating production control into schedule systems member content open

    By Homer, John L. Traditional cost and schedule systems attempt to organize information for project management to facilitate action and provide early warning of problems. While cost and schedule systems are necessary…

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    Managing software projects at AT&T member content open

    By Ondov, Rhoda The causes of the successes and failures in software projects attempted over the years within AT&T are analyzed from the results of operational assessments. These findings show consistency over the…

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