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  • Project Management Journal

    Proposing a Multilevel Approach for the Management of Uncertainties in Exploratory Projects member content locked

    By Gomes, Leonardo Augusto de Vasconcelos | Brasil, Vinicius Chagas | de Paula, Rafael Augusto Seixas Reis | Facin, Ana Lúcia Figueiredo | Gomes, Frederico César de Vasconcelos | Salerno, Mário Sérgio Managers of exploratory projects might face uncertainties over long timeframes at different levels (e.g., project, portfolio, organization, and network). Although literature offers some guidance on…

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    A risk analytic treatment of CPM/PERT type networks using linear programming methodology member content locked

    By Berczi, Andrew Although critical path method (CPM) and program evaluation and review technique (PERT) are powerful tools that can help project managers effectively plan, control, monitor, and audit large and…

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    Water works member content open

    By Howlett, Sarah Protzman For centuries, the Netherlands built walls to keep the water out. With the 2.3 billion Room for the River program, this European country--where 26 percent of the land sits below sea level--is now…

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    Legal Aid member content open

    By Ali, Ambreen Big law firms are facing big challenges these days. With the rise of artificial intelligence and data analytics, new low-cost outsourcers are automating routine, high-volume legal work -- and…

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    Sustainable Change member content open

    By Supekar, Rajeev Japan's energy landscape has turned upside down in the past few years. A country once dependent on nuclear energy was forced to rush into renewables after the 2011 Fukushima Dai-ichi power plant…

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    Ties that Bind member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Health and safety is a goal for all communities. And this year's PMI® Award for Project Excellence winners helped deliver new life in unique ways. One improved training for emergency room doctors.…

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    Elimination plan member content open

    By Kent, Simon Projects that do not provide business benefits to the organization and value to the stakeholders are in danger of imminent cancellation. This article discusses how project managers can ensure that…

  • Program risk management member content open

    By Patanakul, Peerasit Because researchers have not widely studied approaches to managing program risk, many program managers use project risk management methodologies to manage program risks. Today, however, more…

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    Crossing over member content open

    By Hunsberger, Kelley Following a collapse of the eight-lane I-35W bridge in Minneapolis, MN, in 2007, that killed 13 people and injured 145, officials in the state of Missouri rehabilitated or rebuilt 802 of its own…

  • Towards program risk management member content open

    By Hillson, David As project-based organizations evolve and mature, they continuously look for new ways to improve their performance and deliver additional value. Many turn to program management. But this discipline…

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