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  • The fear factor in remote based development member content open

    By Mathews, Jacob | Jacob, Benaud Technology is driving the globalization race. As a result, the speed of doing business - during the last century - has drastically increased. Powered by the Internet, fax, and telephone,…

  • Perceptions and practices of project risk management member content open

    By Kwak, Young Hoon Project risk management practices, tools and techniques have emerged as one of the hottest topics in the project management field. However, risk management practice has not been fully matured or…

  • Heads or tails member content open

    By Major, Emma Project managers are often well versed in the processes of either value management or risk management; indeed some are familiar with the application of both methodologies. But how many project…

  • IT project portfolio management implementation member content open

    By Tol, Ad van der It is common to find information technology (IT) projects that are implemented without regard either to the benefits the effort will generate or to the overall risk the project poses to its…

  • Can you handle the truth? member content open

    By Lukas, Joseph A. | Lukas, Janice F. A critical factor in successfully applying risk management to projects is identifying potential risk events throughout the project life cycle. This requires project team members and other project…

  • Overcoming project risk member content open

    By Kendrick, Calvert Why do so many projects fail? One reason is that the risks and expectations grow much more quickly than our tools and methods for managing them. Today's projects are so time-constrained, pose such…

  • There is a signpost up ahead member content open

    By Ward, J. LeRoy In 1984, after 14 years of research and investing more than $580 million (US), RCA finally pulled the plug on its SelectaVision product. Why was RCA seemingly so oblivious to all the warning signs…

  • Successfully managing high-risk, critical-path projects member content open

    By Oliva, Lawrence High-risk, critical-path projects are by definition very difficult and complex assignments. Broad scope, complex technologies, challenging politics, intense media coverage, inadequate budgets and…

  • Using risk management for strategic advantage member content open

    By Hillson, David Risk management is recognized as an essential tool to tackle the inevitable uncertainty associated with business at all levels. Its use is, however, often restricted to the technical or operational…

  • Stop reacting, it's too late! Start to anticipate! member content open

    By Lazar, Olivier Project management is an activity of anticipation, not reaction. If you ever have to react, it means that the problem has already occurred -- that you're already out of budget, timeline, and scope.…

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