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Resource Planning Across Multiple Projects
As organizations turn to the project form as their preferred way to organize their development work, the need to coordinate the use of scarce resources and align initiatives becomes evident. In addition to the problems that arise in a single project, the multi-project environment introduces challenges of their own: implicit dependencies created by shared resources, loss of productivity due to resource multi-tasking and subtle reinforcing loops that propagate delays from one project to another. This paper explains the strategic resource planning process put in place at Ericsson Research Canada to address these challenges.

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Eduardo, very nice paper...! Great read...!
Great diagrams, thanks for posting!

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