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  • Right on time, right on money--personal experience member content open

    By Klein, Tom One of the most effective ways to learn about the challenges and dynamics involved in managing projects is to study cases of implementing actual projects. This paper examines the author's experience…

  • Manager's challenges--managing constraints member content open

    By Lee, Wei Most project practitioners are well versed in the dynamics of managing a project's triple constraints. But as experience project professionals know, the act of implementing a project involves more…

  • Moving from the WBS to a critical path schedule member content open

    By Jones, Charles The work breakdown structure (WBS) not only enables project managers to develop a project's activity sequences, but also serves as the basis for developing a project team's critical path, from which…

  • Six (yes six!) constraints member content open

    By Siegelaub, Jay M. Project professionals have long recognized cost, time, and scope as the constraints influencing a project's outcome. Prince2 has expanded this list to include quality, benefits, and risks. This…

  • Time is money member content open

    By Delaney, Joseph W. When Benjamin Franklin wrote-in his Advice to a Young Tradesman-that time is money, he introduced the concept that time lost is money spent. This is a most apt concept for defining the condition of…

  • The role of project control systems in facilitating and measuring project success member content open

    By Homer, John L. Measuring project success can occur at several different levels. Perhaps the most significant is whether the completed project achieves the intended results. Accomplishing these results can be quite…

  • Denver's new international runway, runway 16L/34L member content open

    By Allshouse, Brooks B. | Smith, Russell P. | See, Robert E. | Hodgkins, Elizabeth Developing a facility requires a team to manage cost, schedule and achieve quality required by the stakeholders. Runways are an essential component to the safety of the air travelers. Construction…

  • Project termination member content open

    By Sohmen, Victor The final termination date of the typical project has a tendency to be somewhat later when formally commissioned than that projected during the pre-execution segment of the project life cycle. A…

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    Configuration management member content open

    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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