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    Enterprise project management member content open

    By Gaddie, Shelley | Charter, Meg Enterprise project management (EPM) is based on the principle that an organization's vision, mission, strategies, goals, and objectives are a set of projects that--when effectively defined,…

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    Benchmarking project management maturity member content open

    By Pennypacker, James S. Learn the value of using a maturity model to develop the steps needed to move your organization to higher levels of performance. The results of a survey of 126 senior-level project management…

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    Organizational project management maturity at The New York Times member content open

    By Burns, Janet | Crawford, J. Kent This paper is designed to provide a real-life application of a project management maturity model to the New York Times Company. Research includes data gathered for the baseline project management…

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    Process, project, and transition management member content open

    By Rinkuns Deschamps, Janice M. | Rose, Cindy K. The FormulaThis paper will define a formula for program office that is unique and powerful. The formula consists of integrating process modeling, project management and transition management…

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    First, functional and facilitator for the future member content open

    By Stratton, J. Michael The 21st century is a world driven by information combined by technology. And the conduit of that information is comprised of people using processes implemented by highly complex computer networks.…

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