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    Top down-bottom up project management member content open

    By Black, Frederick W. In this paper you will learn how to decompose a project and communicate the entire project plan in one coherent form which relates project requirements and objectives at the level where the actual…

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    Design breakdown structures member content open

    By Diegel, Olaf New product development is about innovation. Innovation is about the unknown. How does one manage projects in which most of the project may be unknown at the start? The Design Breakdown Structure is…

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    Mind mapping as a WBS development tool member content open

    By Brown, Karen A. | Hyer, Nancy Lea The WBS is a key element in the foundation of a project. For small projects, the WBS may be the basis of a simple task checklist. For larger projects, it serves as a critical input to a network…

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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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    The WBS dictionary – extending the work breakdown structure member content open

    By Ward, Gregory F. The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) can be compared to a building's foundation. Without a good foundation, a building may collapse. Likewise, without a good WBS, project success may be negligible.The…

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    Cost management for development of new therapeutic entities member content open

    By Crockett, Christie The current financial systems in place at Lilly for drug development projects are able to report costs (plan and actual) only at the project level, and not at the activity level. Project Cost…

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    Setting up and managing integrated product teams member content open

    By Hecker, Michael L. The coordination of subcontractors, associate contractors, customers and all stakeholders (sometimes from around the globe) appears daunting at first glance. However, when all of the program…

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    WBS.com(ponents)--building a better WBS for object technology member content open

    By Truhlar, P. Bernadette Information Technology (IT) is a rapidly changing environment. It is difficult to manage a project and produce a product on time and on budget in this environment. This paper will present some…

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    Changing corporate culture--a breakthrough approach member content open

    By Smith, Jeffrey A. | Hughes, Jerry T. Project management is alive and well in Lucent Technologies. In addition to a Program Management organization devoted to customer related projects, there are pockets of project management expertise…

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    Developing corporate project management practices through quality award framework member content open

    By Kujala, Jaakko | Artto, Karlos A. Traditionally project manager; plans using the work breakdown structure (WBS) and various scheduling and budgeting techniques; organizes, allocating WBS tasks to organizational units by using an…

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