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  • Project Management Quarterly

    Save time and money on projects by using float member content open

    By Love, Sydney F. Using a CPM/PERT network enables project managers to analyze a project schedule so as to understand the impact of possible changes, so as to understand what will happen or what may happen. This…

  • Project Management Quarterly

    PMI/ESA Project Time Management Function member content open

    By MacDonald, David H. This article details the third section of PMI ESA's (ethics, standards, and accreditation) body of knowledge, the area of Time Management.

  • Project Management Quarterly

    Utilization of Learning Curves in Damage for Delay Claims member content open

    By Diekmann, James E. | Horn, D. L. | O'Connor, M. H. Delays on construction projects are caused by many reasons. When those delays are caused by the owner, it is often the contractor who is most susceptible to financial loss: Contractors are often not…

  • Project Management Quarterly

    Tactical Planning for Multi-Projects member content open

    By Terry, W. Robert | Dar-El, Ezey Shipyards face numerous challenges when planning projects: Because such massive efforts involve multi-resource/multi-project (MRMP) planning, these are susceptible to cost and schedule overruns.…

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    A Multi-Project Planning System member content open

    By Terry, W. Robert | Dar-El, Ezey M. Although shipbuilding companies concurrently develop several large and complex projects, United States (US) shipbuilders are not using the existing quantitative approaches for planning multiple…

  • Project Management Quarterly

    Project Planning as the Primary Management Function member content open

    By Martin, M. Dean | Miller, Kathleen Project planning is an output-oriented process performed during every project phase, differing in application only by the level of scope and detail involved. This article examines the project…

  • Project Management Quarterly

    Successfully introducing project management techniques into an organization member content open

    By Dane, C. W. | Gray, Clifford F. | Woodworth, Bruce M. Despite the known advantages of using a formal process to implement projects, many organizations do not use a formalized project management approach when implementing projects. This paper examines a…

  • Project Management Quarterly

    Put a time resource leveler on your day (or secrets for surviving the manager's time carrousel) member content open

    By Dinsmore, Paul C. When project managers successfully manage projects, they usually receive a greater of assignments to manage. As a result, many project managers are often more challenged by managing their own…

  • Project Management Quarterly

    The net present value criterion member content open

    By Bey, Roger B. | Doersch, Robert H. | Patterson, James H. Many projects have experienced schedule delays resulting from the sponsor's failure to appropriately schedule the availability of the financial resources needed to cover the project's costs. This…

  • Project Management Quarterly

    Optimal methods for scheduling projects under resource constraints member content open

    By Talbot, F. Brian | Patterson, James H. Project network techniques--PERT, CPM--are commonly used to plan, schedule, and control large projects. In the chase to achieve more successful, effective, and efficient project outcomes, numerous…

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