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    Proactive intervention--identifying and resolving issues with problem projects before they become problems member content open

    By Bullard, T. Mike This paper will identify, based on real-world examples, several characteristics common to problematic projects, and will present practical approaches for successful intervention. Any major…

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    Quantifying disruption member content open

    By Cooper, Kenneth G. | Reichelt, Kimberly Sklar In large, complex projects, the only constant is change. Increasing scope, changing requirements and schedule movements are common, often pervasive. While these changes may be manageable…

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    Leveraging expertise member content open

    By Dickover, Noel This paper will provide a categorized road map of the problems, questions and tasks identified by the Program Management Community of Practice (PM CoP) Risk Management Community. New approaches for…

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    The project management school of hard knocks member content open

    By Franck, Charlotte Ann | Docque, Lainey What would you do if the truck carrying millions of dollars worth of equipment for your project didn't quite clear an underpass? Although we try to run "flawless" projects, mistakes happen. When…

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    Valuing project risks using options theory member content open

    By Nagarajan, Madhusudhan Any risk management process includes identification, assessment and mitigation tasks. During risk assessment, several risk factors are analyzed in order to quantify the impact of the risk. Based on…

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    You’d call anything a project just so you can manage it member content open

    By Lang, Joan | Robertson, Patricia A. Have you ever wondered how you could "impose" project management upon your "volunteer" roles so you would have properly planned events that are on schedule, well communicated, and with all the risks…

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    Basel II and the impact on financial IT project risk management member content open

    By Webb, Scott | David, Gabriel | Peterson, Craig D. | Oliver, Mike Project risk management professionals are just now becoming aware of the profound impact that revisions to a decade old minimum-capital requirements accord issued by the Bank for International…

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    PMBOM! A guide to the project management body of mistakes member content open

    By Hornby, Robin C. How often have you yearned for some straightforward, unconditional, hard core advice that you can interpret and act on without 20 years of project management experience to help your assessment?…

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    Risks, issues, and changes--help, I’m drowning in logs! member content open

    By Love, Margaret L. This paper looks at some of the most critical, and sometimes most confusing, tools in the project manager's toolbox: forms and logs. Participants will discuss and receive examples of forms and logs…

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    Use a risk breakdown structure (RBS) to understand your risks member content open

    By Hillson, David The work breakdown structure is the project manager's greatest tool. Now discover the RBS, structuring risk information to help you understand the nature of risk on your project. A good RBS helps…

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