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  • PM Network

    Reflections on PMI '99

    By Levine, Harvey A. The article by a PMI Fellow looks back across 23 years of PMI Seminars & Symposium, reflecting on the many changes that have occurred over that time.PMI Chair Harold Reese noted that PMI now had…

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    The reality of virtuality

    By Bigelow, Deborah Virtual teams can be hampered by lack of communication and trust-building and isolation; this article notes startegies to better manage a virtual team.

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    Qatargas LNG Plant Project

    By Ishikura, Masayuki | Kadoyama, Akira | Kikkawa, Yoshitsugi The Qatar Liquefied Gas Company (Qatargas) established its own liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant to market what the product generated by the world's largest natural gas reserve. This article…

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    Can you hurry the river?

    By Dinsmore, Paul C. Project management is increasing in complexity; initiatives such as the PMI 2000 Research Conference and 1999 publication of The Future of Project Management attempt to elucidate the nature of…

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    Getting up to standard

    By Holtzman, Jay In September, 1999, the Project Management Institute's Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) was approved by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) as an…

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    Risk assessment

    By Shepherd, Richard This article reports on the project management career of the author within the context of risk assessment. Like most experienced project managers, he did not begin his career with the aim of…

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    Take the path that is really critical

    By Uyttewaal, Eric The Critical Path Method (CPM) highlights those tasks most likely to affect project deadlines. There are, however, several flaws in this approach, including resource availability, fixed dates,…

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    Team accountability

    By Martin, Paula Kay Truly effective project managers share team accountability and decision making rather than employing a directive approach predicated on a false notion that people can be controlled.

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    Duties of the effective resource manager

    By Whitten, Neal Resource managers impact the organization at many levels; duties of the resource manager include hiring and firing, supporting direct reports, resolving domain-related problems, and providing career…

  • Project Management Journal

    Management of modular projects member content locked

    By Phillips, J. B. | Phillips, A. | Bailey, R. V. The concept of a modular project is developed and a strategy for managing such projects is presented. A modular project is one that consists of several similar entities, or modules, which are the…

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