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  • Developing the Apache helicopter member content open

    By Garfein, Steve This paper traces the transition of the Hughes Helicopter Company during the 1970s from a technically excellent company with a history of poor management to one that continued being technically…

  • Executive guide to strategic portfolio management member content open

    By Garfein, Stephen J. To successfully practice project portfolio management (PPM), project managers must first understand how executives make decisions and how project managers can convince executives to support and…

  • From static project budget to dynamic management tool member content open

    By Bravo, Roberto Traditional project forecasting often fails to gauge the long-term viability of projects implemented by growth-driven organizations. This paper explains how these organizations can use a dynamic…

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    A measure of success member content open

    By Wheatley, Malcolm Performance-based budgeting (PBB) is a system that has been successfully utilized in the public sector to curb project costs and manage project portfolios. In performance-based budgeting, a…

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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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    The project office member content open

    By Goodpasture, John C. Project offices (POs) and project management offices (PMOs) are tools that--if used for the intended purpose--can help organizations and project managers generate significant advantages when…

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