نتایج جستجو برای Project flexibility

تعداد نتایج: 219327  

Project success is assessed based on various criteria, every one of which enjoys a different level of importance for the beneficiaries and decision makers. Time and cost are the most important objectives and criteria for the project success. On the other hand, reducing the risk of finishing activities until the predetermined deadlines should be taken into account. Having formulated the problem ...

2013
Muhammad Ali Khan, Sajjad Mahmood,

The complexity of software projects is growing with the increasing complexity of software systems. The pressure to fit schedules within shorter periods of time leads to initial project schedules with a complex logic. These schedules are often highly susceptible to any subsequent delays in project activities. Thus techniques need to be developed to determine the quality of a software project sch...

2001
Gwanhoo Lee,

In order to cope with dynamic environments, organizations need flexibility in their strategy, resources, and business processes. Information systems (IS) projects reflect the dynamic nature of organizations. They require flexibility in order to respond to changing end-user requirements and information technologies. Although IS project flexibility is frequently mentioned and described in both ac...

2008
Kuo-Chung Chang, Jiun-Hung Wong,

Surveys on system development (SD) project performance suggest that while much improvement has been made in SD technology, the project success rate remains low. SD research based on the socio-technical perspective suggests that three sources of socio-technical change have a bearing on the performance of SD projects: business requirements, development technology, and development procedures. To e...

Journal: :European Journal of Operational Research 2006
Aneel Keswani, Mark B. Shackleton,

In this article we show how a project’s option value increases with incremental levels of investment and dis-investment flexibility. We do this by presenting two NPV and seven option pricing models in a strict sequence of increasing flexibility. We illustrate each with numerical examples and determine the maximum value that a project option could ever support. We show that managerial considerat...

2003
Gwanhoo Lee, Weidong Xia,

The results of this study suggest that while business changes are more prevalent than technology changes during information systems development projects (ISDPs), project teams are less efficient in handling business changes than technology changes. To improve ISDP performance, project teams must increase their capabilities of managing business changes.

2003
Jeff Patton,

Although it seems to be common knowledge that it’s impossible to succeed in a project with fixed time, quality and scope, we often continue to try anyway. This experience report discusses our successful failure at running fixed time and scope projects. I say successful failure because we actually failed to fix scope but arrived at an acceptable way to vary scope and deliver on time in an enviro...

2006

Three-dimensional electron microscopy (3D-EM) is a powerful technology for imaging macromolecular complexes. Through a process known as singleparticle reconstruction, tens of thousands of separate images of a complex of interest are used to arrive at a single resolved structure. Although this method works sufficiently well for rigid macromolecular complexes, conformationally flexible complexes ...

Journal: :Clinics in sports medicine 1984
C B Corbin,

The information presented in this article is intended to make the reader aware of the most current research on the topic of flexibility and to make some practical suggestions for planning effective programs for developing flexibility in athletes. Though additional research needs to be done, we have enough knowledge to plan sound programs for reducing the incidence of injury and for promoting op...

2012
Michael Duelli, Sebastian Meier, David P. Wagner, Thomas Zinner, Matthias Schmid, Marco Hoffmann, Wolfgang Kiess,

In the recent past, Network Virtualization (NV) received much attention. Nevertheless, Virtual Networks (VNs) are still not available on the market. The consortium of the COntrol and Management of COexisting Networks (COMCON) project examines the potential interactions in vertically and horizontally divided markets and evaluates the applicability of existing technologies, like Generalized Multi...

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