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Author:Young Hoon Kwak, PhD; Min Liu, PhD; Peerasit Patanakul, PhD; Ofer Zwikael, PhD, PMP
Description:Many government projects and programs are prolonged for years, failing to meet the projects’ objectives, wasting taxpayers’ money, or they are abruptly terminated in the midst of planning or implementation.

Government funded projects and programs set out to achieve national growth and enhance the lives of citizens. They are ubiquitous—and notoriously unwieldy.

Drawing on an impressive array of large-scale government projects gleaned from government audit reports across three major sectors—infrastructure and transportation, information systems, and defense—this study explains why government projects go wrong and what can be done to improve their success rates.
Publisher:Project Management Institute
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Author:Guilherme Biesek, Nuno Gil, PhD
Description:How do project teams overcome differences to adopt a design plan that strikes a balance between short-term affordability and long-term adaptability? In the book, Building Options at Project Front-End Strategizing: The Power of Capital Design for Evolvability, Guilherme Biesek and Nuno Gil cite research indicating the need for a formal framework to develop front-end strategies that ensure cost-effective management of the project through future change.

Biesek and Gil found limitations in the current practices and theory for management of capital projects, and turned to real options reasoning and design literature. Project teams often resort to real options reasoning, because investment in design flexibility is similar to buying options.
If future changes are minimal or favorable the options can be exercised to adapt the design economically. In the event the future is not favorable to the project, a limited investment has been lost.
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Author:Michael J. Bible, MSPM, PMP, and Susan S. Bivins, MSPM, PMP
Description:Rather than just an abstract discussion, Mastering Project Portfolio Management simulates real-world portfolio management through sample scenarios demonstrating advanced decision-making techniques and the use of decision-making software that readers are given access to. This book guides readers step-by-step through the entire project portfolio management process and is ideal for corporate and government training programs and as a primary text for graduate level academic courses.
Publisher:J. Ross Publishing
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Author:Edited by: David Cleland, PhD and Bopaya Bidanda, PhD
Description:For nearly 50 years, numerous books have addressed the management of projects— theory, processes and principles—across many industries, cultures, and environments. But little has been published about the future of project management. Project Management Circa 2025 fills that void.
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Author:David Wirick
Description:This book covers one of the largest gaps in project management literature the government or public sector. The author describes the unique challenges of managing projects in the public sector and provides tools and templates for public-sector managers as they try to achieve results in that environment, which is characterized by limited resources, political and media oversight, overt opposition, complex sets of rules and processes, and unclear goals and outcomes. By being compliant with PMI's PMBOK® Guide, as well as the Government Extension to the PMBOK® Guide, Third Edition, this book provides a complete set of project management tools for public-sector managers that are both compliant with universal best practices and the unique challenges of the public sector.
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons and Project Management Institute
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Author:Project Management Institute
Description:Whether you are a senior official or a project manager in a government organization, it's your job to help your organization effectively execute its responsibilities in the public interest. Project Management Institute's (PMI) Government Extension to A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)-Third Edition is the map to get you there.
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A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge ( PMBOK® Guide )—Fifth Edition (ENGLISH)

A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge ( PMBOK® Guide)—Fifth Edition reflects the collaboration and knowledge of working p...
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