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  • The role of leadership in complex projects member content open

    By Owen, Jill | Connor, James | Linger, Henry The socio-technical nature of projects has driven the shift in focus of these projects from product delivery to facilitating organizational change. Projects operate in an unstructured environment…

  • PMO leadership member content open

    By Woerner, Bruce | Aziz, Laura To effectively mature a project management office (PMO), the PMO leader must act as a catalyst for improvement. This paper discusses how PMO leaders can increase their PMO's maturity. In doing so,…

  • Beyond successful projects--leadership in transitioning IT projects to maintain continued business value member content open

    By Malinowski, Michael F. Delivering a project does not terminate the project's life-cycle. Usually, project delivery is the beginning of a new phase, the transition to product maintenance. This paper examines how project…

  • PMO leadership--a catalyst for accelerating growth within the information technology project management office member content open

    By Woerner, Bruce | Aziz, Laura An organization's success in operating a project management office (PMO) primarily depends on the competencies and the performance of its PMO staff, and most specifically on the hard and soft skills…

  • LIfE--learning and improving from experience member content open

    By Ranganath, Prem G. Because many information technology (IT) projects involve rewards for project managers when the project meets its targets, some IT project managers focus only on performing the administrative…

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    Requirement traceability, a tool for quality results member content open

    By Marone, Orlando Project Managers should apply techniques and skills to drive the project through the initial requirements to the final deliverables certified by a "delighted" customer. Some of those techniques and…

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