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    Risk management--lessons learned from the three stooges member content open

    By Smith, Terrell J. What can we learn about risk management from the Three Stooges? This paper will pursue the topic of risk management and use lessons learned from the Three Stooges to highlight a variety of risk…

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    What every executive needs to know about project risk management member content open

    By Hulett, David T. Executives do not need to know the six PMBOK® Guide risk management processes, but they do need to know: What can risk management do for the organization? What happens if I do not deal with risk?How…

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    Integrating risk analysis and prioritization member content open

    By West, Jimmie L. Maximize your effectiveness in the risk analysis and prioritization of project risks. Using the integrated analysis matrix allows project teams to quickly combine the analysis and prioritization of…

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    DynPort vaccine company’s approach to program management utilizing an integrated master plan to identify and manage risk member content open

    By Minter, Anthony R. | Henderson, Ian | Raum, Kevin | Plank, Mary DynPort Vaccine Company has accelerated project schedules and reduced time-to-market projections by aggressively managing vaccine development projects using an Integrated Master Plan (IMP). The IMP…

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    The project manager's role as a safety champion member content open

    By Terrell, Michael S. Safety First, "Safety is Job One" and other slogan have been spouted by management repeatedly. These slogans need to be more that words on a poster, they need to be internal attitudes that guide…

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    Contingency planning as a necessity member content open

    By Heimann, Jerry F. This paper explores the importance of contingency planning as a necessity within the confines of the project.Contingency planning is an outgrowth of the risk assessment process. The criteria that…

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    Five behaviors that can reduce schedule risk member content open

    By Filiatrault, C. Leigh | Peterson, Craig D. This paper addresses five common behaviors that induce schedule risk to projects and how the Theory of Constraints, TOC, as proposed by Eliyahu Goldratt in the Critical Chain, can contribute to…

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    How healthy is your project? member content open

    By Royer, Paul S. Even the most meticulously planned and managed projects can get into difficulties as they are an integration of people, processes and plans in an ever-changing environment. In most situations it…

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    Gaining matrixed areas’ commitment for effective Internet development member content open

    By Shapiro, Vicki How do you gain each matrixed area's commitment to the project plan for an internal Information Technology (IT) project? United Services Automobile Association (USAA) successfully designed and…

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    Testing approach to keep your "Big Bang" system implementation from becoming a bomb member content open

    By Laubmeier, Joan What do you do when three years of development, by up to 25 people, comes together in ONE "big bang" system implementation? How do you plan? How do you make sure that the "little thing" you…

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