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    A new decision making model for subcontractor selection and its order allocation member content locked

    By Abbasianjahromi, Hamidreza | Rajaie, Hossein | Shakeri, Eghbal | Chokan, Farzad All experts agree on the importance of subcontracting. The high impact of subcontractors on the construction process means that the selection of subcontractors is a sensitive activity. Previous…

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    By Khodakarami, Vahid | Fenton, Norman E. | Neil, Martin The act of creating project schedules is often hampered by the difficulty involved in planning against uncertainty. This paper examines an approach to generate project schedules that incorporates…

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    The performance measurement baseline--a statistical view member content locked

    By Robinson, Paul B. The difference between quantifiable risk and blind uncertainty is often the margin between success and failure in project management. The purpose of this paper is to provide the project manager with…

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    Project cost risk analysis using influence diagrams member content locked

    By Diekmann, James E. | Featherman, W. David | Moody, Rhett | Molenaar, Keith | Rodriguez-Guy, Maria This paper summarizes new techniques developed in ongoing research of cost risk analysis for the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) environmental remediation projects. This class of projects has been…

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    Project schedule risk assessment member content locked

    By Hulett, David T. This article urges project managers to develop qualified, schedule risk assessments both before work begins, and throughout the project in order to provide early warnings of schedule problems, and…

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    The project manager member content locked

    By Hamburger, David H. Because all projects involve some degree of uncertainty, project managers must not only act as effective risk takers but also perform as flexible contingency planners. This article examines how…

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