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  • Earned value management member content open

    By Heinlein, J. W. | Craig, Christopher | Perotti, John | Pearson, Megan | Wooten, Teressa | Balderson, Lucas Growing pressure on federal budgets creates the strategic imperative to increase the transparency of the performance of agencies' mission-critical investments, as well as heighten their realized…

  • 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…

  • Executive guide to strategic portfolio management member content open

    By Garfein, Stephen J. To successfully practice project portfolio management (PPM), project managers must first understand how executives make decisions and how project managers can convince executives to support and…

  • Lessons learned from risk situations in projects member content open

    By Alves, Roberto Antônio Over the past fifteen years, Brazilian companies working on industrial projects--primarily within the mining sector--registered more than 300 risk situations. This paper synthesizes these situations…

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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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