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    PMP® certification

    By Williamson Jr., Rushton M. | Ireland, Lewis R. The certification program for project management has had an impact well beyond initial expectations. In the decade since the Project Management Professional (PMP)® certification program began, over…

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    A master of project management degree program grows

    By Skubiak, O. John In less than three years, a unique, practitioner-oriented degree program designed specifically for working adults, taught by working professionals, and based on the PMI PMBOK has grown into one of…

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    Care and feeding of your PC

    By Reed, Joe This premier Computer Corner column presents an introductory lesson in vocabulary to help people better understand personal computers. Future columns will present PC maintenance reminders and other…

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    The project manager - the technical skills

    By Webster, Francis Marion This article discusses a number of technical skills that will serve project managers well. They need to communicate orally and in writing with technical people and be knowledgeable enough to do this…

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    PM 101

    By Webster, Francis Marion Nearly every human activity--from raising a family, to buying a car, to moving into a new home--is a type of project that the participants must manage if they are to realize their goal. And to…

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    Project management

    By DeLugo, Ernest M. Organizations implement projects to accomplish particular objectives, realize specific goals, and gain business-critical advantages. None of these are possible, however, if the project manager fails…

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    Decision analysis in projects

    By Schuyler, John R. More project managers are discovering the advantages of using earned value (EV) as a reliable approach for effectively making project decisions, particularly when making decisions under conditions…

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    The rework cycle

    By Cooper, Kenneth G. Too often, especially when managing large projects, project teams will first plan their project and then work to realize the plan, failing to leave float for the uncertainties that are sure to occur…

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    The rework cycle

    By Cooper, Kenneth G. Without an appropriate approach to reworking project work after project launch, project managers cannot deliver project outcomes that meet planned targets and stakeholder expectations. This article…

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    Project managers are gaining power within matrix organizations

    By Tipletz, Charles J. | Worley, Christopher G. “Matrix” --this term conjures up many images in the minds of project managers. A major segment of the current project management literature has been dedicated to analyzing the pros and cons of the…

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