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    IM project success through client managed delivery member content open

    By Gauen, Douglas R. | Jones, Pamela E. Information management (IM) business transformation projects are different from traditional engineering-procurement-construction-commissioning (E-P-C-C) projects. These IM projects are called upon…

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    Get your new products requirements right with Kano analysis member content open

    By Goodpasture, John C. Is Noriaki Kano of Tokyo Rika University a familiar name to you? Perhaps not. But if you are a project manager in new product development with a need to sort through a myriad of requirements,…

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    Matching software development life cycles to the project environment member content open

    By Desaulniers, Douglas H. | Anderson, Robert J. Just as each project is intended to create a unique product or service, the environment in which the project is undertaken is unique. This is especially true with software development projects. The…

  • Project management challenges in cross-national, multi-partner, high-risk, research and technology development projects member content open

    By Vogiatzis, Nikos The presentation addresses the challenges faced in meeting the extraordinary requirements associated with innovative, high-risk, technology research projects. The presentation takes its paradigms…

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    Planning concurrency and managing iteration in projects member content locked

    By Denker, Stephen P. | Steward, Donald V. | Browning, Tyson R. Reducing cycle times, managing costs, and improving project management are key to competitive advantage. This paper introduces an approach known as the dependency structure matrix (DSM) 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…

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    Government projects member content open

    By Seigle, Greg Like many types of projects, governement projects are subject to shifting priorities, requirements, andschedules, red tape and politics, budgetary fluctuations, and a multitude of other risks. This…

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    Requirements for an effective project risk management process member content locked

    By Ward, Stephen Requirements for an effective risk management process carried out by a project participant are associated with the project context and characteristics of the participant. Project context can be…

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    Counterpoint member content open

    By Duncan, William R. This article responds to William Roetzheim's article in the May PM Network, which argued that software development projects have unique problems and requirements that make them different from…

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    Triple threat member content open

    By Toledo, Roberto The triple constraint is at the root of project success. But while we can plan to control scope, time and cost, we still cannot guarantee success. That's because, during the project's life cycle,…

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