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Description:This case study delves into the project management techniques used on the multi-billion (10 plus) US dollars Department of Energy's (DOE) project called the Superconducting Super-Collider (SSC). A high-energy subatomic particle accelerator set to be the most powerful in the world, the SSC project's intended end result was a product to be used for research and development.
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Description:On September 11, 2001, two airplanes struck each of the 110-story World Trade Center (WTC) Towers in New York City. Within just hours both towers collapsed claiming many lives and leaving behind the world's largest unplanned demolition site. Nothing approaching the scope of this cleanup had ever been previously called for. Learn how major contractors were immediately mobilized to take part in this monumental clean up effort.
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Description:On September 11, 2001, two airplanes struck each of the 110-story World Trade Center (WTC) Towers in New York City. Within just hours both towers collapsed claiming many lives and leaving behind the world's largest unplanned demolition site. Nothing approaching the scope of this cleanup had ever been previously called for. Learn how major contractors were immediately mobilized to take part in this monumental clean up effort.
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Description:On September 11, 2001, two airplanes struck each of the 110-story World Trade Center (WTC) Towers in New York City. Within just hours both towers collapsed claiming many lives and leaving behind the world's largest unplanned demolition site. Nothing approaching the scope of this cleanup had ever been previously called for. Learn how major contractors were immediately mobilized to take part in this monumental clean up effort.
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On 11 September 2001, a hijacked, fully fueled American Airlines® Boeing® 757 plane, traveling at 350 miles per hour was deliberately flown into the USA Pentagon (Pentagon) in Washington, DC. The plane struck the western face on the Heliport side of the Pentagon low to the ground and entered Wedge 1 (1,000,000-square-feet) just to the north of Corridor 4 on the first and second floors. The area was five days from completion of its undergoing renovation. This case study will follow the details of rebuilding an American landmark.
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Author:Edited by Dr. Frank T. Anbari
Description:On 11 September 2001, a hijacked, fully fueled American Airlinesr Boeingr 757 plane, traveling at 350 miles per hour was deliberately flown into the USA Pentagon (Pentagon) in Washington, DC. The plane struck the western face on the Heliport side of the Pentagon low to the ground and entered Wedge 1 (1,000,000-square-feet) just to the north of Corridor 4 on the first and second floors. The area was five days from completion of its undergoing renovation. This case study will follow the details of rebuilding an American landmark.
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Author:Edited by Dr. Frank T. Anbari
Description:On 11 September 2001, a hijacked, fully fueled American Airlinesr Boeingr 757 plane, traveling at 350 miles per hour was deliberately flown into the USA Pentagon (Pentagon) in Washington, DC. The plane struck the western face on the Heliport side of the Pentagon low to the ground and entered Wedge 1 (1,000,000-square-feet) just to the north of Corridor 4 on the first and second floors. The area was five days from completion of its undergoing renovation. This case study will follow the details of rebuilding an American landmark.
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Author:Darrel G. Hubbard and Dennis L. Bolles
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A Compendium of PMO Case Studies: Reflecting Project Business Management Concepts explores and analyzes the current practices of successful PMOs, why they are successful, and how they function within their enterprise’s unique business operations. This one-of-a-kind reference details full-text PMO research case studies that range from 14 to 36 pages each, from a variety of industries, and by well-known enterprises, which share their actual business actions in the development, operation, and management of their successful PMOs. The research and analysis, presented through a seven-element Project Business Management Organization model, provide practical insights on actions to take and ways to proceed, once executive management authorizes either establishing your PMO or elevating your PMO to its next level.
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In today’s business world, project managers not only have to be diligent in project planning and execution, but also need to have skills in persuasion, self-management, communication, and relationship management. Reflecting the changing landscape of projects today, Essential Project Management Skills empowers project managers to master the skills necessary to succeed in the current environment
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Project Politics provides a framework for solving political concerns through the effective management of complex relationships. Nita Martin's structured approach will raise awareness and improve your ability to manage issues in the workplace. She shows that once you recognize the problems, and take politics in your stride, you can successfully manage such environments.
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