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  • Project Management Quarterly

    Innovative techniques in training and development of project management personnel member content open

    By Tuman, John. | Seigler, G. Gil. During the 1970s, Virginia Electric and Power Company (VEPCO) faced a rapidly changing environment, one in which it experienced a sharply increased demand for its services. In response, the company…

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    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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    A comparison of computer search heuristics to analyze activity/networks with limited resources member content open

    By Whitehouse, Gary E. The methods traditionally used to develop the critical path fail to address the area of resource allocation. Because of this, such methods generate project plans that are unrealistic. This article…

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    A training technique for developing project managers member content open

    By Adams, John R. | Kirchof, Nicki S. Too often, project managers do not receive the education and training they need to thrive in their roles. Formal, credit-granting courses at a university are usually too time-consuming and too…

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    Manpower utilization patterns in project management member content open

    By Wirth, Itzhak Unlike functional operations, projects involve a fluctuating combination of personnel, equipment, and material. Of these, it is usually an organization's personnel that project managers spend most…

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    An Approach to Plan Development and Team Formation member content open

    By Pincus, Claudio Project managers can more effectively build cohesive project teams and develop project plans--including structure, strategies, schedules, and relationships--when they kick off their projects with…

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    Project Management for the 80's member content open

    By Sharad, Dick The concepts, tools, and techniques that companies use to manage projects are not new. But what is a recent realization is the need for organizations--especially those working internationally--to…

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    How to motivate construction labor member content open

    By Revay, Stephen G. Traditionally, productivity has been defined as the ratio of real output (in creating economic value) to the input of associated resources. For the construction industry, this definition involves…

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    Project management member content open

    By Cleland, David I. There's an emerging trend metamorphosizing the structure of contemporary organizations: the matrix approach. It is an integrated team effort to more effectively manage the resources needed to…

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    What makes large projects go wrong (and some suggestions on what to do about it) member content open

    By Costin, A. A. Why do large projects often fail? Why do cost estimators working on large projects underestimate cost? Why do planners on such projects underestimate time, technologists underestimate complexity?…

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