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  • PM Network

    Fork in the Road member content open

    By Rockwood, Kate Scuffle, settle or surrender? That's the choice Farhan Shamim, PMP, faced last year while he oversaw a program to rebuild 26 schools affected by severe flooding in Pakistan. The program was going…

  • PM Network

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    By Borgianini, Fred For project managers, stakeholder support is a requisite for project success. This article presents a tool for assessing the degree of each stakeholder's support and strategies for overcoming…

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    Complex problem ... simple concepts ... transformed organization member content open

    By Fulton, John C. In 1989, the United States Department of Energy's (DOE) Hanford Site in Richland, Washington, began the process of facility shutdown, decommissioning, and site cleanup. In 1994, a 'projectization'…

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    By Limond, Bill Government projects tend to have a lot of stakeholders--all with their own opinions. These differing opinions don't have to be a bad thing. This article features the CIO for the city of London,…

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    A summary of major research findings regarding the human element in project management member content open

    By Baker, Bruce N. In only two decades, project management has matured into a widely utilized system for administering complex project activities. During the first decade, the research on project management focused on…

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    By Pekar, Peter P. When it comes to making capital investment decisions, too many firms continue to use outdated methods that imprecisely estimate the benefits and the risks of such investments. This article examines…

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    By Craig, Andrew R. Projects move at the speed of decisions. But sound decision making can occur only with an open, honest flow of information — meaning successful projects require transparency. Project managers should…

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    By Thiry, Michel Recent studies have confirmed that project managers and executives use different approaches to making decisions: Project managers employ rational, risk-based tools to evaluate data; executive rely…

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    Neutrality check member content open

    By Mustafa, Abid Often when stakeholder conflict arises, the project management office (PMO) remains neutral. But when cross departmental stakeholders are involved, disagreements are unavoidable, and PMOs must step…

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    By Liao, Janet Building a large manufacturing facility in a small town that values its tourist culture and its natural setting could easily become a project fiercely contested by the local community. But when…

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