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  • Project Portfolio Management] (PPM) software to ease the decision-making. ...almost any PPM management issue. However, after the implementation of such software systems many executives fail to see the promised results emerge in their or
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  • ... with the literature review, and their aim is to contribute to the Project Management holistic field of science. If you discover any potential copyright infringe ...“No More Muddling Through: Mastering Complex Projects In Engineering and Management”. Web. 2006</ref>, who propose the use of the Life Cycle Model in a Syste
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  • ...ole, Michael, 2005.] </ref> By examination of the dynamics in the CLD, the project managers can use it as a decision tool and be aware of where to place their A project management causal loop diagram, Toole, Michael, 2005.] </ref>
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  • ...y has an interest and that can affect, or be affected, by the given action/project. ...examples are provided, showing how these can be beneficial in e.g. project management.
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  • ...m, in order to create common understanding among the involved parties in a project. Requirements specify the needs and conditions of a client to help develope ...on among the stakeholders. Because requirements can be very important if a project doesn’t go as intended, the requirements could potentially turn out to be
    23 KB (3,616 words) - 12:11, 20 December 2018
  • ...ttp:// Project Portfolio Management]. The chart is much similar to the regular xy-[ ...ble chart can add real support to the decision making in Project Portfolio Management?
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  • ...l, since the survival of an organization is highly correlated with correct project selection and management <ref name="Ashrafi" />. A wide diversity of approaches have been developed
    28 KB (4,072 words) - 12:48, 20 December 2018
  • * Project Management, as described by the PMI and/or ISO 21500 standard practices ...nagement" focus of systems engineering could contribute to improve project management practices.
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  • Project Portfolio Management] (PPM) software to ease the decision-making. ...almost any PPM management issue. However, after the implementation of such software systems many executives fail to see the promised results emerge in their or
    18 KB (2,784 words) - 12:33, 20 December 2018
  • ...the time and cost agreed, and to the extent expected by them. Lean Project Management (LPM) seeks precisely that goal. ... made in the controlling and monitoring step as it affects the rest of the project process and it is the most crucial step from a Lean perspective. For this r
    26 KB (4,088 words) - 12:07, 20 December 2018
  • ...anagement Journal. ''Agile Project Management: Essentials from the Project Management Journal.'' Jossey-Bass, 2013. </ref>. ...'The Agile Manifesto''" as: ”We are uncovering better ways of developing software by doing it and helping others do it. We value:
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  • ...efficient risk documentation tool when it is used correctly within project management. [[File:File.jpg|300px|thumb|left|Risk register within the project life cycle<ref name="Winch" />]]
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  • ...pportunities and threats. SWOT analysis is a tool that a company(or e.g. a project manager) uses to complete and objective analysis of that particular company Questions a company or project could ask to find its strengths:
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  • ... many examples in literature, where QFD is applied in construction project management for identifying customer requirements during the design phase. Moreover, QF ...nsure the most efficient allocation of company’s human resources to each project.
    26 KB (3,905 words) - 12:36, 20 December 2018
  • [[Category:Innovative Project Management]] Project management can be seen as a linear continuous process, but it can also be seen as an c
    19 KB (3,084 words) - 12:31, 20 December 2018
  • ...the DNA of any project, program or portfolio management, therefore “Risk Management” is a necessity for companies to continuously embark when exploring new d [[Category:Risk Management]][[Category:Risk]]
    20 KB (3,053 words) - 11:57, 20 December 2018
  • ... in different size projects and can also be used for Program and Portfolio management. The article will introduce the framework and the underlying principles. Th The Framework is used in managing agile project, and focuses on project with '''high complexity, novelty with a fixed deadline'''. The important fa
    28 KB (4,770 words) - 12:40, 20 December 2018
  • [[File:ISO 31000-2009 risk management strategy.JPG|thumb|300px|Risk management strategy as defined be ISO 31000:2009<ref>[ISO 31000:2009]</ref>]] ...or internal factors. If an unexpected event turns out to be harmful to the project it is in general terms considered to be a risk.
    20 KB (3,201 words) - 11:27, 20 December 2018
  • ...alent from various locations.<ref name="cio">CIO. "How to manage a virtual project team". ... of the members were remotely located. How different is managing a virtual project team from a co-located team? Are there additional considerations or risks i
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  • ... project management, such as Traditional Project Management, Agile Project Management, Critical Path method and Event Chain Methodology. Some of them have been a ...main recent approach utilized in project management; especially in the big software industry, where the fact that it could reply to business needs and rapid va
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  • ...D. Dvir. "A Critical Look At Critical Chain Project Management.” Project Management Journal 34.4 (2004): 24-32. '' </ref>]] ...between traditional project management planning and Critical Chain Project Management is shown in figure 1.
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