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    Doing the right new products project member content open

    By Goodpasture, John C. Do the right project, and do it the right way! How often have you heard these words? The answer is often, if you help your sponsor, and your company makes decisions about which projects are the…

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    Using risk management in the front end of projects member content open

    By Githens, Gregory D. | Peterson, Richard J. This paper will describe risk management using project- and product- oriented techniques. In particular, it will focus on the risk management processes and methods used by Essilor International, one…

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    The use of project post-mortems member content open

    By Williams, Terry | Eden, Colin | Ackermann, Fran | Howick, Susan | Bergamini, Valentina | Daley, Andrew | Gill, Karen Project-based organizations, if they are to flourish, must learn from one project to the next. But we can observe in practice that project failure and success are rarely analyzed by individual…

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    Beyond the triple constraints member content open

    By Graham, Robert J. | Cohen, Dennis J. To understand how practicing project management can affect an organization's business value, project managers need a measure that provides a broader understanding of the triple constraints, one that…

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    Gaming/simulation for training of group decision-making member content open

    By Tsuchiya, Shigehisa | Yashiro, Tatsuya IntroductionThe purpose of this paper is to develop an effective methodology to facilitate group decision making. As a first step, I organized a project team and have designed a gaming/simulation…

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    The causes of risk taking by project managers member content open

    By Wakshull, Michael N. This paper addresses the cognitive psychological reasons for risk propensity among project managers. It explores the effects of various organizational structures on the willingness of project…

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    A national dilemma member content open

    By Rodrigues, Bruce | Rider, Lesley Jane Multinational project-oriented corporations often struggle with developing enterprise-wide outcome-based project management competency standards that are appropriate for local implementation and…

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    PSEG experience in "just-in-time construction" – an effective way to minimize project expenses member content open

    By Shvartsberg, Boris Every Project has a time constraint (a scheduled service date), which should be met satisfying a cost constraint (budgeted funds). Sometimes, there is an incentive in completing the project ahead of…

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    Getting it right! Selecting the right contractor for the right job member content open

    By Kashiwagi, Dean T. | Cotts, David G. Why do we continue to select bad performing contractors? Why do contractual relationships often "go sour" in the middle of a project? How can we define a contractor who will perform well to meet…

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    Opportunity assessment – before it is a project member content open

    By O’Brochta, Michael The future of successful project management involves doing the right projects - not just doing projects right. How can we tell if we are working on the right project? This paper presents a best…

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