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    From good to great member content open

    By Waxer, Cindy Simply being a serviceable project manager isn't enough for those hoping to move forward in their careers. Faced with growing talent gaps, companies are looking inward to shore up their rosters with…

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    Set in stone member content open

    By Boyle, Michael | Mayes, Joseph L. Strong stakeholder relationships can be the key to project success. Therefore, stakeholders should define the expected results at the outset of a project. This article features two project…

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    Creating knowledge of end users' requirements member content locked

    By Pemsel, Sofia | Widén, Kristian In order to stay competitive and meet the changing needs of the market, construction firms must develop efficient means of gathering and using knowledge of end users’ requirements. This article uses…

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    Meeting expectations member content open

    By Powell, Jonathan W. The phase of requirements gathering is often critical to project success or failure. This article maintains that requirements gathering must be collaborative, and proposes that the most beneficial…

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    By Martin, Paula Kay | Tate, Karen This brief article discusses a process for eliciting customer needs and wants as the first step in requirements definition and project planning.

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