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    Creating change leadership member content open

    By Watts, Rich | Watts, Linda Only 15 of every 100 organizational change initiatives are successful. Late deliveries, cost overruns and poor quality have initiated project management improvement initiatives that end up failing.…

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    A question of context--why manufacturing cultures don’t understand project management member content open

    By Iliff, Randall C. Is your ability to conduct project management limited by the rest of your own company? Organizations with a strong manufacturing culture often consider project management to be a necessary evil…

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    Users member content open

    By Laubmeier, Joan Most project managers, at the peak of frustration with a user or group, have concluded that without users, our projects would be perfect. Unfortunately, without users, there wouldn't be a project.…

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    No bull project management member content open

    By Po-Chedley, David A. | Gabora, Herb Most experienced project managers are comfortable with the mechanics of making projects successful. What causes headaches are the politics and people issues encountered within most organizations.…

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    Solving people problems member content open

    By Flannes, Steven W. | Flannes, Steven | Levin, Ginger When everything else is said and done, your biggest challenge as a project manager is dealing successfully with people. People problems can be messy, uncomfortable, and nasty, but there are methods…

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    Framing the moves that matter member content open

    By Thomas, Janice | Jugdev, Kam | Delisle, Connie L. Selling project management to executives is a complex and often frustrating challenge. Despite the significance of this function, the current literature offers project managers limited guidance in…

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    Fast diagramming – a technique to accelerate the gathering and interpreting the voice of the customer member content open

    By Blumstein, Gershon To have a satisfied customer is high on every Project Management's wish list. To make this hope a reality, this paper discusses the value if using Customer FAST diagramming to facilitate the process…

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    Managing manufacturing by project member content open

    By Moylan, William A. Successful project managers engage their clients throughout the entire project. This paper examines how project managers can effectively work with their clients to plan, implement, and control…

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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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    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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