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    Bridging the Gap member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Complex road construction projects create detours. But an 18-year, US$2 billion highway improvement program in New Haven, Connecticut, USA, encountered the ultimate roadblock: Nobody wanted to help…

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    A Shorter Span member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Bridge construction projects are a commuting nightmare. There's no easy detour around the interminable lane closures and traffic jams they trigger. But as U.S. state transportation departments…

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    Pressed for time member content open

    By Pearson, Laura When schedules change during the project execution phase, practitioners must choose whether to crash or fast-track the schedule. In "Pressed for time," project managers discuss scenarios that…

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    By Bannan, Karen J. Practicing project management offers advantages greater than cutting costs and avoiding mistakes; it encourages organizations to rethink the way they operate and the measures they use to determine…

  • Toward a unifying theory for compounding and cumulative impacts of project risks and changes member content open

    By Cooper, Kenneth G. Much too common are those projects that fail because of the cumulative effect of several small setbacks, the impact of which significantly drives project costs over budget and schedules past…

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    By Rohland, Pamela Product success depends on anticipating conusmer demands and scheduling projects to capitalize on these demands. Market research is often ignored by project managers. Gathering data about consumers…

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    By Canepari, John E. Configuration Management addresses the need for establishing a methodology to control the various elements of the change and validation processes. The general definition of Configuration Management…

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