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    Quality management for large software development programs member content open

    By Bobey, Kenneth The paper describes project quality management for large software development programs. It presents quality assurance processes, methods, and techniques used to evaluate projects during the…

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    It’s report card time! An approach to measuring and understanding project management behaviors member content open

    By Matthews, Thomas | Kuhns, John | Peron, Deborah This paper explores the experiences of Motorola Semiconductor Products Sector's as it implemented a series of "report cards" to assess project management behaviors. The report cards are designed to…

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    Initiating and planning stages of project quality management member content open

    By Petrick, Joseph A. | Kloppenborg, Timothy J. This paper introduces a new Five-Stage Project Quality Process Model from the authors' recently published book, Managing Project Quality, and focuses on the first two stages (Quality Initiation and…

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    Assessing the quality of project planning member content open

    By Zwikael, Ofer | Globerson, Shlomo Faulty planning will result in project failure, and high-quality project planning increases the project's chances of success. This paper reports on the development and application of a new model…

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    Is your organization ready for PM TQM? member content open

    By Briscoe, Timothy J. | Pinkas, Gerard A. Is your organization ready for project management total quality management (PM TQM)? The authors explore five basic prerequisites that must be in order for a PM TQM initiative to be successful. They…

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    Practical quality management for project managers member content open

    By Lutzker, David Project managers need to practice Quality Management, but in order to adapt the processes and procedures that ensure a quality product to a given project, we need to understand the underlying…

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    You’d call anything a project just so you can manage it member content open

    By Lang, Joan | Robertson, Patricia A. Have you ever wondered how you could "impose" project management upon your "volunteer" roles so you would have properly planned events that are on schedule, well communicated, and with all the risks…

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    I just got assigned to my first project--now what? member content open

    By Saladis, Frank P. | Heerkens, Gary The challenges of managing projects in today's business and technology environment can test the ability of the most experienced project manager. Receiving an assignment to manage your first project…

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    Recognizing project management excellence--making it crystal clear member content open

    By Pilsbury, Lori A. | Reese, Laurie A. Recognizing project management excellence - is it done? Not enough! Can it be done? Absolutely! Recognition of project management excellence is one key component necessary to support the success of…

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    Successful project management for software product and information system development member content open

    By Ebert, Luba Project management has been used extensively in the engineering, construction and defense industries. Software product development companies are starting to rely on project management and sound…

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