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  • Project Management Quarterly

    Computers for the construction industry

    By Muspratt, Murray A. Computers have the potential to transform the construction industry, where currently labor-intensity is high and technological-intensity is low. This article discusses the impact of using computers…

  • Project Management Quarterly

    Standardized networks

    By Matthews, Mark D. Though it has been more than twenty years since the Polaris Missile Development Project was initiated, the first ever project to use network techniques, and though networking has since evolved to…

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    Organizational Variables in an Air Force Program/Project Environment

    By Noyes, Carolyn J. | Parker, Thomas E. Recent technological advancements have significantly increased the level of complexity involved in designing and developing new products. To produce modern weapons for the United States Air Force…

  • Project Management Quarterly

    Project management in pharmaceutical research and development

    By Staples, Robert G. Successful projects are those that usually demonstrate a high-level of communication between project managers and project team members. Such communication enables the manager and the managed to more…

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    The R&D project manager

    By Kerzner, Harold One of the most difficult and complex of organizational initiatives to manage is the research and development (R&D) project. This article examines an approach to managing R&D projects, an approach…

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    A multimatrix approach to project management

    By Burt, David N. The effort to construct and activate a military shipyard in a developing country is one involving much complexity. This article examines a proposed multi-matrix approach for managing such an effort,…

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    R&D engineers face up to earned-value

    By Pollock, Michael D. Engineering companies working on United States (US) Government research and development (R&D) projects are facing an unprecedented challenge: They must prove the value of their worth, and do so by…

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    Choosing a computer system for project management

    By Campise, James A. Much has been written about the advantages of using a computer system to generate information for managing projects. This article discusses the key concerns in selecting such a computer system. In…

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    A project management case study

    By Bennigson, Lawrence A. Selecting a program manager to lead a highly technical project to develop an innovative product involves choosing an individual who can manage complexity and uncertainty. This article features a…


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