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  • How to displease the customer or engage the customer member content open

    By Khanna, Vimal Kumar Most service companies adopt a customer-controlled approach to project execution, and typically defer to customer-defined product features, schedule, and costs. Yet, this approach does not always…

  • The ABC basics of the WBS Paul Burek. member content open

    By Burek, Paul The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is widely used by project managers and stakeholders, yet the purpose and content of this important tool is widely misunderstood. Offering a clear definition of the…

  • The effects of external events on projects member content open

    By Rad, Mohammad Ali Niroomand The main goal of a good schedule is to be as realistic as possible and to incorporate every possible detail to maintain its integrity at all times. All schedules are dependent on time and "time"…

  • See queues member content open

    By Loving, Steve A queue is best known to most of us as a line or, more to the point, waiting in line. Examples are everywhere and often frustratingly so. This paper focuses on finding queues and watching queues…

  • Converting a project management scheduling course to the flipped classroom member content open

    By Gaza, F. Kevin. This paper is about the author's journey in teaching a Microsoft Project course for over 15 years, from the traditional classroom to the Khan Academy world of the Flipped Classroom. This paper…

  • Project risk analysis to support strategic and project management member content open

    By El-Mehalawi, Mohamed E. Successful project cost and schedule risk management is always capable of informing project management of "where the project is" and "where the project is going" in the future. Current project…

  • How to tame a gorilla program member content open

    By Uyttewaal, Eric | Rusnak, Al This article discusses the scheduling of a new product development program at SanDisk, a major designer of Flash Storage products. The program had about 5,000 tasks broken down into eight…

  • The earned schedule member content open

    By Anbari, Frank T. The Earned Value Management (EVM) and the Critical Path Method (CPM) are widely accepted methods and are often used simultaneously to evaluate project performance. The common practice is to use EVM…

  • Development of a modelling framework for scheduling iteration in complex new product development projects member content open

    By Murphy, Evan | Ledwith, Ann Producing reliable schedules for new product development projects (NPD) can be difficult because of the inherent iteration involved in most development processes. Iteration is an essential feature…

  • Critical chain project management member content open

    By Grant, Kevin P | Gergely, Marton This literature review assesses the current stage of research investigating Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) and examines the role that academic researchers played in response to the…

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