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  • Better portfolio management — better results! member content open

    By Ramani, S. This paper discusses a client's engagement on how the perspectives of portfolio, program, and project management were integrated and implemented for better business performance. It highlights how…

  • Critical success factors (CSFs) affecting project performance in Turkish IT sector member content open

    By Uluocak, Burak Information technology (IT) projects often are more complex and less predictable than other types of projects, such as construction and engineering (Ewusi-Mensah, 1997; Kapur, 1999; Rodriquez-Repiso…

  • Mastering resource management member content open

    By Crawford, J. Kent Managing resources are one of the most pressing challenges now facing organizations. This paper examines a process that can help organizations assess resource management practices, identify critical…

  • In the pursuit of the elusive: showing PMO value! member content open

    By Duggal, Jack S. Showing the value that a project management office (PMO) can generate is a challenging task. But a vital one that not only helps a PMO survive but also thrive, especially in today's climate of…

  • In the pursuit of the elusive member content open

    By Duggal, Jack S. Although an increasing number of organizations are establishing project management offices (PMOs), many are also questioning the value generated from these investments. What project managers are now…

  • Supersizing PMO performance member content open

    By Bourne, Lynda Many technically competent project management offices (PMOs) fail to maximize the value they can provide to their host organizations. Such PMOs-because they often focus only on technology, data, and…

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