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  • Taking requirements to the next level member content open

    By Burek, Paul If a project suffers from vague or misunderstood requirements, missing information, or an unclear definition of scope, project failure may be imminent. These problems can occur with any type of…

  • The scope crept, the risks leapt! member content open

    By Walker, Loran W Everything is under control. The initiation of the project went smoothly. The SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) analysis was complete. The project plan came together without a…

  • Origins of schedule overrun member content open

    By Grey, Stephen Schedule models are effective tools for simulating the uncertainty that commonly occurs on projects. But too often, inexperienced project teams will develop models that fail to show how scope…

  • 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…

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