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  • Decisions, decisions-- member content open

    By Stefanovic, Michael | Stefanovic, Ingrid Leman Managing projects demands that project managers make difficult decisions under often uncertain conditions. To make decisions that benefit the project, these professionals need methods and tools that…

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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…

  • Expected utility theory as a guide to contingency allocation member content open

    By Thibadeau, Barbara | Edirisinghe, Chanaka Contingency--for both budgets and schedules--provides project managers with the estimating cushion they need to protect their projects from cost and time overruns. Effectively allocating these…

  • How much risk is too much risk? Understanding risk appetite member content open

    By Hillson, David One of the most important decisions for any business, project, or individual is how much risk to take. The phrase "risk appetite" is often used to describe the level of acceptable risk, but there is…

  • Earned value management and risk management member content open

    By Hillson, David To thrive in today's uncertain business environment, organizations must perform high-level, organization-wide decision making. This paper examines how organizations can integrate earned value…

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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…

  • A proposed construction design change management tool to aid in assessing the impact of design changes member content open

    By Hindmarch, Helen. | Gale, Andrew W. | Harrison, Robert Current practice shows that construction design change management relies heavily on the experience of practitioners to assess the impact of a proposed change. This U.K. government- and…

  • Flexible project management member content open

    By Smith, Preston G. | Oltmann, Jeff To implement software development initiatives, IT project managers often adopt agile techniques and methods. The IT industry's success in using agile has encouraged project managers working in…

  • Do most project managers still live under the bell curve? member content open

    By Deguire, Manon Despite the field's best efforts, project professionals still lack a reliable method of forecasting project uncertainty. This paper examines the advantages and disadvantages of using the traditional…

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