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  • Project Management Quarterly

    Project reserves member content open

    By Murray, John W. | Ramsaur, William F. Project cost estimators have traditionally included in their calculations contingency amounts to cover the unexpected expenses resulting from uncertain risks. But such an approach does not always…

  • Project Management Quarterly

    Cost management member content open

    By Parry, Matthew H. In a special August 1983 issue of Project Management Quarterly, PMI's ESA (Ethics, Standards, and Accreditation) Management Group published the results of its first project: The effort to develop…

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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…

  • Project Management Quarterly

    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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    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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    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…

  • Project Management Quarterly

    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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    Project management in costly environments member content open

    By Britney, Robert R. To make the cost-conscious decisions, project managers must understand that every project delay and mistake involves a real cost consequence and that many unnecessary costs often result from…

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    Project network models past, present, and future member content open

    By Wiest, Jerome D. Since the advent of project control networks, project managers have been able to more effectively plan and monitor a project's cost and schedule performance, thus improving the way projects are…

  • Project Management Quarterly

    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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