Project Management Institute

Better policies provide the key to implementing project management

In a project management survey regarding the way projects progress (or don't progress), Technical Pathways polled 280 people who work on product development, information systems, research and capital projects. This paper details responses on eight of the survey's 47 questions, and suggests that in order to have long-term productivity payoffs organizations should focus on the top-down approach of implementing project-oriented policies before the bottom-up approach of training and procedures.
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