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    EVMS member content open

    By West, Suzanne M. | McElroy, Sandy By using an earned value management system (EVMS), organizations and project and program managers can effectively and efficiently integrate a project’s or program’s work scope with its schedule and…

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    Integrating production control into schedule systems member content open

    By Homer, John L. Traditional cost and schedule systems attempt to organize information for project management to facilitate action and provide early warning of problems. While cost and schedule systems are necessary…

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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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    Pacesetter project performance member content open

    By Lavingia, Nick J. Industry benchmarking has shown that the difference in cost and schedule between best and worst projects can be as much as 30% and the total cost of ownership over the life of the plant can be…

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    The basics of Monte Carlo simulation member content open

    By Kandaswamy, Subramanian The Monte Carlo simulation method is a very valuable tool for planning project schedules and developing budget estimates. Yet, it is not widely used by the Project Managers. This is due to a…

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    Applications and extensions of the earned value analysis method member content open

    By Anbari, Frank T. By integrating the three areas of project management--schedule management, cost management, and scope management--the earned value analysis management model (known as EVM or EVA) enables project…

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    Earned value management systems storyboards – their application, uses, and benefit member content open

    By Humphreys, Gary C. Since the days--more than 5,000 years ago--when ancient Egyptians first created elaborate murals depicting stories, storyboards have served as efficient tool for communicating vital information.…

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    Real-world Monte Carlo analysis member content open

    By Cook, Michael S. One of the most difficult project management tasks is the estimation of project costs and the development of the project baseline and budget. This is especially true in industries where each project…

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    PSEG experience in "just-in-time construction" – an effective way to minimize project expenses member content open

    By Shvartsberg, Boris Every Project has a time constraint (a scheduled service date), which should be met satisfying a cost constraint (budgeted funds). Sometimes, there is an incentive in completing the project ahead of…

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    A contribution for improvement of project planning in public agencies in Brazil member content open

    By Marques Junior, Luiz José Poor planning and lack of owner involvement in the execution of the planning are critical causes of the delays and cost overruns that characterize the phase of civil works of the public construction…

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