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    Forecasting project duration as a function of scope changes and delay member content open

    By Ayal, Moshe | Globerson, Shlomo A major challenge facing the project manager is to estimate a project's completion time. This study, which is based on an analysis of several construction projects, explores the impact of scope…

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    Contingency when proposing IT service projects--the supplier’s viewpoint member content open

    By Cooper, Michael Consulting companies and customers assess project contingency in order to make good business decisions before committing to projects. We will examine the different types of contingency, which…

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    Gaining matrixed areas’ commitment for effective Internet development member content open

    By Shapiro, Vicki How do you gain each matrixed area's commitment to the project plan for an internal Information Technology (IT) project? United Services Automobile Association (USAA) successfully designed 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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    Project management--a journey to excellence member content open

    By Humphrey, Richard A. Project Management and project managers have never been more important to the accomplishment of work scopes. This comes at a time of great change within all industries, particularly those within…

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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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    EVM = EVM member content open

    By Sparrow, Harry Earned value management (EVM) provides project managers with an early-warning tool that enables them to identify and control project problems before such problems become irrevocable. It also…

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    Projectizing profit and justifying project management member content open

    By Devaux, Stephen A. One of the most often ignored facets of realizing projects is that easily forgotten component of the triple constraint--project scope. This paper examines project scope as the element needed to…

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