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I'm a student of MS-Software Project Management, and I have to submit a thesis to finalize the degree. I'm willing to write a fruitful thesis keeping in view the future requirements of software project management.
Your kind suggestions are required regarding selection of topic.
My name is Liam Jenkinson and I am currently studying my masters degree in project management. I am looking for construction managers/project managers to participate in my survey. Your knowledge for this research will be very valuable to the industry and could provide the answers needed to improve the feasibility aspect of construction projects:
I aspire to become a construction project manager one day and my research area really interests me to help out the future of construction.
Survey link: https://lnkd.in/gbY5ZRs
I am a student of Master of Business Administration and I have to submit a thesis for the completion my degree. I am trying to understand the current issues faced in the field of Project Management so I can align my research topic accordingly and be able to contribute.
Your suggestions are required to will help me unfold the hurdles and issues faced in Project Management.
Thank you in advance.
|The following factors are available for construction activities:
5 Beldars and 4 Mazdoors can do 28.30 Excavation work per day
3 Masons, 3 Mazdoors and 1 Bhisti can plaster 40 sqm Plaster (12 mm Thick) per day.
This is specifically for Construction Project Managers. How to calculate the number of project managers we need to contact and get answers from such that our research is valid?
I am currently researching the best way to implement a high level project management dashboard, composed of multiple IT projects. I need to be able to represent all the main stages of the project life cycle, along with resource and finance. My problem is (along with my inexperience), deciding on how information should be represented. Milestones are currently being used but each project has different milestones. Is there a 'best practice' approach to transforming these into a universal/cross project metric?
Would the MCDA-C approach be useful for this, or indeed are there any methods I should be researching?
I would also appreciate any recommendations for reading. I seem to be reading a lot and learning little.