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Identifying Best Practices in Information Technology Project Management

Identifying Best Practices in Information Technology Project Management,Yongxue Cai,Michael Giannelia,Aaron Hughes,Tony Khoo

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Abstract "Identifying Best Practices in Information Technology Project Management" This paper documents,Project Management,Best Practices specific to the Information Technology sector. The paper is the culmination of research efforts [between January & April 2003] performed by diverse industry practitioners as part of their individual academic pursuits in Project Management, Business Administration, and Continuing Education Graduate Programs at the University of Calgary. The research team gathered information through an extensive interview process that involved eighteen Project Management,professionals from various industries within the IT sector (including telecommunications, construction, software/hardware, and finance). These project management professionals were in various levels of management (project managers, directors, and senior executives) and were also part of projects that spanned the globe (including Canada, USA, Asia and the Middle East). The purpose of this paper is to communicate Project Management practices in use today, the advantages and consequences of such practices, and the skills sets that must be explored in an effort to contribute to the progressive evolution of Project Management. Keywords: Project Management, Project Management Taxonomy, Information Technology, Risk
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