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  • Project Management Quarterly

    Weapons systems acquisitions after Vietnam member content open

    By Miley, Henry A. In response to the aftermath of the Vietnam conflict, as well as the rise of an economic recession and increased competition for federal funds, the United States military has revamped its procedure…

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    Integrated project control member content open

    By Hollander, Gerhard L. Over the past two decades, project management researchers and practitioners have developed numerous techniques for controlling a project's performance, and two of the most prominent are PERT and CPM…

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    How to Determine when Project Management Techniques are Required member content open

    By Izanhour, Patrick L. Project managers are more likely to achieve successful project outcomes--more likely to realize projects that achieve the defined objective and meet cost, schedule, scope, and quality…

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    The Allocation of Costs to Projects in a Multiproject Matrix Environment member content open

    By Burcsu, James E. Those organizations using a matrix structure and simultaneously implementing multiple projects face a significant challenge: They must ensure that they are accurately allocating project costs. This…

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    Standardized Networks member content open

    By Gray, Clifford F. | Woodworth, Bruce | Shanahan, Sean The main problem in using CPM/PERT planning and scheduling techniques is the expense involved in analyzing project components and resource levels, in developing networks and schedules, and in…

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    Costing of operations improvement projects member content open

    By Heard, Edwin L. To improve existing operations processes, many organizations are implementing operations improvement projects. But researchers have learned that such projects often fail because project managers and…

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    Linear programming member content open

    By Swanson, Lloyd A. Most project managers understand that crashing multiple project activities--those both on and off the critical path--can greatly reduce project duration and final cost, despite the fact that…

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    Escalation member content open

    By Bassili, A. R. | Finlayson, H. W. One concern that is garnering increasing attention within the project management field is escalation--the impact of inflation on a project's final costs. Escalation is often blamed as the root cause…

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    Cost/schedule performance measurement without work packages member content open

    By Turf, Larry To meet the United States Department of Defense's new performance measurements, using its Cost/Schedule Control System (C/SCSC), organizations must plan detailed work packages, obtaining the…

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    Managing software projects member content open

    By Romberg, Bernhard W. Senior managers have long presumed that software projects are largely uncontrollable: What they often experience are software projects that far exceed the budget and schedule targets, project which…

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