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  • The silver lining of project uncertainties member content open

    By Lechler, Thomas | Edington, Barbara Although risks and uncertainties are inherent in projects, many project managers confuse the terminologies and ultimately miss opportunities that uncertainties can present. Risks and uncertainties…

  • Project Management Journal

    Supplier's internal communication network during the project sales process member content locked

    By Ryynänen, Harri | Jalkala, Anne | Salminen, Risto T. Communication plays an important role in reducing the high levels of risk, uncertainty, and complexity associated with projects. However, the nature of internal communication networks in project…

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    Give 'em what they want member content open

    By Bourne, Lynda At a time when everyone in business is buried under an information avalanche, adding routine reports to the data mountain may no longer be useful. This article suggests a new approach to providing…

  • Communicating risk inside Saipem member content open

    By Fossati, Lorenzo | Lasagni, Andrea | Saini, Alessandro Saipem believes that the perception and evaluation of risk are highly affected by emotional and cognitive individual factors. Such influences can lead to inaccurate communication of the risk among…

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    A failure to communicate member content open

    By Baker, Bud The recent corporate scandals taught contemporary organizations one crucial lesson: To compete in today's world, everyone--from the boardroom to the shop floor--must act in ways and with intentions…

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    When agendas override objectives member content open

    By Belling, Shawn D. This paper examines an actual case about one particular sponsor who did not enforce a contract when a vendor refused to meet the scope.

  • Herding the global cats of a successful PMO member content open

    By Margules, Cindy Over the past decade, organizations worldwide have been establishing project management offices (PMOs) so that they can more effectively manage projects and integrate project management into their…

  • Securing software and data for today's dispersed project teams member content open

    By Leighton, Eric As today's marketplace becomes increasingly international, more organizations are relying on globally dispersed teams to implement mission-critical projects. But granting these teams remote access…

  • A PMP® in Iraq member content open

    By Nuding, Jeffrey C. Military campaigns and project initiatives share many similarities: Both are objective-oriented; both involve managing much uncertainty and increasing complexity; and both are temporary endeavors…

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