Questions related to Project Execution
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A lot has been written in last two decades about the success factors that are important for the project to suceed. However there seems to be no defined frameworks which defines these factors and therefore this subject has potential to keep evolving in coming times.
In my research I am analysing which are those CSF that could be found by means of research especially in aerospace service sector, where the project durations are really long. The project like building an aircraft is split in several parts/components and there are several firms working for those parts of project. These firms share the project and and are interdependent on each other for the project success outcome.
My question is if the qualitative research design the best way to do the research where interview is conducted with top project managers of these firms. Shall the study focus on individual firm level with feedback from top level project managers or everyone associated with the project execution. Can quantitave data be a part of qualitative research?
Is there some one works on Jatropha oil as bio-jet resource?
I'm looking forward to have a partner works on Jatropha oil as bio-jet resource to join to our research group and set up proposal for FP7, 2014.
In main tier of my research, I review various techniques leading in faster execution of engineering and construction projects. I am asking this question to collect more insights about project fast tracking.
Want to know about how to carry out projects of social interaction ?, a specific method that you could recommend me ?, What steps performed and what indicators use ?, how their results support; What viability parameters used?
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The only two references that I have is the Scout method and the method of ELOS Institute in Brazil
There has been an earlier observation that the success rate of agile software development and lean IT projects are > 50% of the total projects executed. I would like to validate this observation with the statistics about world wide market of software development projects. Attached a link that says the world wide cost of software failure is beyond 2 trillion USD as reported in 2012. Even in conservative matrix, they say 20% of the money spend on IT is going waste. Can you please share your inputs.
There are various technological, organizational, legal risks that could be encountered in complex construction projects, IPD however seems to have an approach which can share risks and turn them into benefits for the projects. If that is the case, what would be the risks in complex construction projects that act as drivers for an IPD approach ?
What aspect of generations has been investigated in the past decade? Has anyone investigated the difference in their knowledge sharing or their competences or the attitude or how different generations can work successfully in an organization? What challenges does a manager face when the employees are from different generations?
Often their classification regarding birth and names are also different (veterans, baby boomers/younger boomers, generation X, generation Y, Z / millennials etc.). Why is that?
What are the main differences between APM and the so-called Traditional Project Management? Which advantages and disadvantages are related to this simplifying discipline?