TQM Implementation for Effective Project Management
Anyone who has ever been involved in (managing) a project is most probably convinced of a complex correlation between project constraints, and a constant need to compromise. There lies the paradox of the conventional wisdom in project planning, setting the objectives and constraints, and assessing project success. The world does interfere with the plans through the ambiguity of human relations in project networks, through dynamics of organizational environments and limitations in the availability of resources at any point of time. These principles of risk apply to almost all projects regardless of their size, nature or mission.
Volume (Year): 2 (2012)
Issue (Month): Special 1 (May)
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