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Balancing Project Schedules and Risk

Apr 23, 2015 2:00 PM EDT (UTC-4)
PREMIUM webinar

Most projects are not successful. According to a 2014 survey, less than 30% of capital projects are delivered on time or on budget. Planning and executing a successful project requires finding balance between the project schedule and risk.

Balancing Projects and Applications

by Derek Stevens

To achieve meaningful portfolio management benefits, both application and project portfolios should be considered.

Balancing the Beam of Meetings

by Sunil Sharma

Are you earning a perfect 10.0 in your meetings? Chances are you could use some improvement. Here's some advice on how you can vault ahead with meeting production.

Balancing the Portfolio

by Tom Mochal

Some organizations spend too much money on internal projects and fail to drive revenue; some play it safe with too many low-risk, low-reward projects; and others focus mainly on strategic projects, neglecting short-term tactical needs. The use of balance points can better optimize the portfolio.

Balancing the Project Checkbook

by John Ager

Approving a project is like writing a check: you’re committing your organization’s resources to completing activities. But often the process fails to recognize that the most critical resource — people — is overdrawn. Here is a simple first step to better estimate the human cost component of your project.

Balancing 'TY' (Part 1)

by Hans Robbers

There are four parameters every project manager needs to understand: functionality, time, quality and productivity. Or, in other words, how to balance “TY”. This article will explain why money is not a control parameter and how the control parameters influence one another.

Balancing 'TY' (Part 2)

by Hans Robbers

There are four parameters every project manager needs to understand: functionality, time, quality and productivity. Or, in other words, how to balance “TY”. Here we look at the final two parameters: quality and productivity. We will also briefly discuss fixed-date projects and the change during the project lifecycle.

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