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Risk Management looking at Opportunities alongside Threats
by Anthony Bowen, CTC, MPM, CIPM - USA - Faculty


A critical tool employed by a project manager is configuration management or configuration change control. As projects progress downstream through the various life-cycle phases, the cost of engineering changes can grow boundlessly.

How to Improve your Decision-Making

(Sept 2009) | Human Potential
by PM Consults - Research

This may surprise you, but most great leaders use the same 5 steps for making decisions. So read the 5 steps below and use them to improve your decision-making on projects:. ...[ Read More ]

Global Certification Needs & Requirements

(Jan 2009) | Quality Control
by Prof. Dr. Mentz

Governments require PM Certification more and more. ...[ Read More ]

Project Management Conflict Resolution (July 2009) | Quality Control

by Samuel Apansile, MPM, CIPM

(June 2008) | Project Management
by Chau Ee Lee

It has often been said that a good degree of awareness of the social, cultural, political and economic climate is a useful aid to successful management of a project in any construction industry. ...[ Read More ]

(May 2008) | Leadership and Success
by AAPM Research Team

Organizational Management is responsible for the identification of the need and opportunity for a project, assessment of project risk, and the approval of the project's feasibility and resources. They are also responsible for establishing the strategic plans and for validating that projects are consistent with customer and organizational requirements. Management provides close oversight for high risk or high cost projects.

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(May 2008) | Human Resources
by AApM Research

Every organization wants to attract the most qualified employees and match them to jobs for which they are best suited. However, many enterprises are too large to permit close contact between top management and employees. Human resources, training, and labor relations managers and specialists provide this connection. ...[ Read More ]

(May 2008) | Quality Control
by AAPM Global Research

Quality Control has been with us for a long time. How long? It is safe to say that when manufacturing began and competition accompanied manufacturing, consumers would compare and choose the most attractive product (barring a monopoly of course). ...[ Read More ]

(May 2008) | E-Commerce
by PM IT CIO Refresher - Steps of a Business IT Project

There are essentially five (5) stages of an IT project the elements of which are covered in this document and include: ...[ Read More ]

(April 2008) | Project Management
by Hans Georg Thorkoben, PhD, MPM, CIPM, CPE

The increasing use of technology in the workplace is projected to lead to faster than average growth in this occupation. Due to employment increases and because of the high demand for technical workers, prospects should be excellent for qualified job candidates.

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(February 2008) | E-Business
by Adam Hubka CEM, CEA

E-Mail marketing has become an enormous asset to businesses of all demographics and provides an essential tool to help get products to desired audiences.


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(November 2007) | Project Management
by AAPM Research Team

To succeed, managers must attract and retain a growing base of satisfied customers. Marketing programs, though widely varied, are all aimed at convincing people to try out or keep using particular products or services. Business owners should carefully plan their marketing strategies and performance to keep their market presence strong. ...[ Read More ]

(November 2007) | Project Management
by AApM Global Research

If you can read a nutrition label or a baseball box score, you can learn to read basic financial statements. If you can follow a recipe or apply for a loan, you can learn basic accounting. The basics aren't difficult and they aren't rocket science. ...[ Read More ]

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