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  • PM Network

    Snap Precision member content open

    By Fewell, Jesse If you've worked on agile projects, you've likely heard an agile champion make bizarre statements about estimating a budget and schedule. When you press further for estimates, you might get an even…

  • PM Network

    Measure Of Respect member content open

    By Khan, Zahid Are we measuring the right key performance indicators (KPIs)? Project success is usually measured by KPIs related to scope, schedule, budget and quality requirements.

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    Games Plan member content open

    By Fister Gale, Sarah The Olympics capture the world's imagination. But the race begins long before athletes arrive. Cities compete to host the Summer and Winter Games, hoping to take a lead role on the global stage. But…

  • Project Management Journal

    Practical Application and Empirical Evaluation of Reference Class Forecasting for Project Management member content locked

    By Batselier, Jordy | Vanhoucke, Mario Traditionally, project managers produce cost and time forecasts by predicting the future course of specific events. In contrast, reference class forecasting (RCF) bypasses human judgment by basing…

  • Manager's challenges--managing constraints member content open

    By Lee, Wei Most project practitioners are well versed in the dynamics of managing a project's triple constraints. But as experience project professionals know, the act of implementing a project involves more…

  • Moving from the WBS to a critical path schedule member content open

    By Jones, Charles The work breakdown structure (WBS) not only enables project managers to develop a project's activity sequences, but also serves as the basis for developing a project team's critical path, from which…

  • 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…

  • Aplicación de la teoría de restricciones en la planificación y la programación de proyectos en el Perú member content open

    By Rodriguez Castillejo, Walter | Valdez Cáceres, Doris OLos autores del presente trabajo, vienen aplicando la Teoría de Restricciones en la Planificación y Programación de Obras. TOC fue desarrollada por el físico israelí Eliyahu Goldratt, quien aplica…

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    How earned value got to primetime member content open

    By Abba, Wayne F. A long-sought goal was achieved when the former Performance Management Association joined PMI as the College of Performance Management in 1999. For more than 15 years, PMA provided training and…

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    Where in the schedule is your budget? member content open

    By Berkey, Walt | Hudson, Joann Program managers have long struggled to integrate cost functions into scheduling tools. And too often they have found that the cost of implementing a program did not match the original program…

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