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  • Project risk analysis to support strategic and project management member content open

    By El-Mehalawi, Mohamed E. Successful project cost and schedule risk management is always capable of informing project management of "where the project is" and "where the project is going" in the future. Current project…

  • An Overview of 'The Guide to Lean Enablers for Managing Engineering Programs' member content open

    By Oehmen, Josef This paper discusses the major challenges in large-scale engineering programs and how can they be countered.

  • Tips for an Agile Leader member content open

    By Lledó, Pablo This paper presents tips that will help project managers manage efficient projects, but not just for the production or IT sectors, but also for whatever kind of projects they manage.

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • Crash with confidence member content open

    By Kelly, Éamonn V. Managing projects inevitably involves replanning, particularly after issues, problems, and requirements force changes to the project's cost and schedule. The process of figuring out how to best…

  • Lean Project Management member content open

    By MacAdam, Todd This paper examines how project managers can integrate lean management into their project management practices.

  • Practical calculation of delays and cost overruns member content open

    By Kanabar, Vijay | Leybourne, Stephen A. | Warburton, Roger David Hand In using earned value management (EVM), project managers can gauge the budget and schedule variances between planned work and completed work. This paper examines the new EVM calculations discussed…

  • Implementing a core competency management system member content open

    By Quilliam, James D. Only when program managers develop the competencies needed to estimate multiple costs and manage multiple schedules can they effectively achieve success. This paper examines an approach to…

  • 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…

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