Closing the Gap: The Link Between Project Management Excellence and Long-term Success

This Economist Intelligence Unit survey examines the factors needed for successful project management, and how the recession may have helped make project management practices more robust. But can this be maintained when the economy improves?

 
How can companies deliver successful projects on time and stay competitive? Is it necessary to follow formal practices?
 
Solutions explored include: Training, mentoring and other development activities; measuring more than timeliness and adherence to budget; keeping lessons-learned database.

 

 

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