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  • PM Network

    Reformat and reboot member content open

    By Hendershot, Steve The annual cost of failed U.S. government IT projects is estimated to be as high as US$20 billion. Why haven't well-funded government IT projects experienced success? Find out what measures are…

  • How to make earned value work on your project member content open

    By Lukas, Joseph A. Earned value analysis (EVA) appears to be a compelling technique to use on projects to better understand and manage performance. Companies embracing earned value prepare procedures and may provide…

  • EVM--a disciplined approach to project management member content open

    By Terrell, Michael S. | Singleton, Cindy J. Earned value management (EVM) is a system of project controls based on a structured approach to planning, cost control, and schedule performance measurement. EVM is not the objective of project…

  • Earned value management member content open

    By Heinlein, J. W. | Craig, Christopher | Perotti, John | Pearson, Megan | Wooten, Teressa | Balderson, Lucas Growing pressure on federal budgets creates the strategic imperative to increase the transparency of the performance of agencies' mission-critical investments, as well as heighten their realized…

  • Project Management Journal

    A comparative study of the benefits of applying target cost contracts between South Australia and Hong Kong member content locked

    By Chan, Daniel W. M. | Lam, Patrick T. I. | Chan, Joseph H. L. | Ma, Tony | Perkin, Thomas This paper aims to identify and analyze the key benefits of adopting Guaranteed Maximum Price and Target Cost Contracting (GMP/TCC) over and above the traditional lump-sum contractual arrangement…

  • Manager's challenges--managing constraints member content open

    By Lee, Wei Most project practitioners are well versed in the dynamics of managing a project's triple constraints. But as experience project professionals know, the act of implementing a project involves more…

  • Right on time, right on money--personal experience member content open

    By Klein, Tom One of the most effective ways to learn about the challenges and dynamics involved in managing projects is to study cases of implementing actual projects. This paper examines the author's experience…

  • PM Network

    Full speed ahead member content open

    By Kopp, Quentin Executive support is vital to securing the resources needed to implement projects. But the executive's role does not end after the resources are obtained and allocated. This article features the…

  • Moving from the WBS to a critical path schedule member content open

    By Jones, Charles The work breakdown structure (WBS) not only enables project managers to develop a project's activity sequences, but also serves as the basis for developing a project team's critical path, from which…

  • Applying the work breakdown structure to the project management lifecycle member content open

    By Brotherton, Shelly A. | Fried, Robert T. | Norman, Eric S. The work breakdown structure (WBS) has long served as a valuable tool in helping project managers plan deliverables and detail project scope. Unfortunately, the business pressures driving projects…

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