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    Complex problem ... simple concepts ... transformed organization member content open

    By Fulton, John C. In 1989, the United States Department of Energy's (DOE) Hanford Site in Richland, Washington, began the process of facility shutdown, decommissioning, and site cleanup. In 1994, a 'projectization'…

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    Avoiding large-scale information system project failure member content open

    By Martinez, Erwin V. During the past 20 years, business and government have experienced their fair share of large-scale information systems projects. Unfortunately, however, large-scale projects are extremely difficult…

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    Al-Tameer member content open

    By Oakland, John A. Even before the conclusion of the 1991 Gulf War, Bechtel Corporation was working on the mammoth project of helping Kuwait recover and rebuild from the destruction of their petroleum facilities. This…

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    The Bad Creek Hydroelectric Project called for building a 1,065-megawatt power station inside a mountain, blasting tunnels and shafts, and impounding a lake by building two dams and a dike. Duke…

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    Project management under uncertainty member content locked

    By Traylor, Robert C. | Stinson, Ronald C. | Madsen, James L. | Bell, Robert S. | Brown, Kent R. Working on large, complex projects, such as those in the technology fields, often involves high levels of uncertainty in relation to time, cost, and scope as well as uncontrollable external forces…

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