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  • Chapter 5 - Estimating project times and costs. The main contents of the chapter consist of the following: Factors influencing the quality of estimates; estimating guidelines for times, costs, and resources; top-down versus bottom-up estimating; methods for estimating project times and costs; level of detail; types of costs; refining estimates; creating a database for estimating.

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  • Total quality management, now a well known idea, is a philosophy of management for continuously improving the quality of products and processes. The idea is that the quality of products and processes is the responsibility of everyone who is involved with the development and/or use of the products or services. TQM involves management, workforce, suppliers, and even customers, in order to meet or exceed customer expectations.

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  • Chapter 13a: Question about COST MANAGEMENT 1. A project manager wants to make a trip to California by car. The project manager knows how many miles it will be to drive to California, the current price of gasoline, and how many miles the car will go on a gallon of gasoline. From this information he or she can calculate the estimated cost of the gasoline for the trip. This is a form of what kind of estimating technique? a. b. c. d. Definitive Analogous Parametric Quantitative 2. A project manager wants to make a trip to California by car. The project manager...

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  • .Page i Valuation Measuring and Managing the Value of Companies .Page ii WILEY FINANCE Advanced Fixed-Income Valuation Tools, Narasimham Jegadeesh and Bruce Tuckman Beyond Value at Risk, Kevin Dowd Buying and Selling Volatility, Kevin B. Connolly Chaos and Order in the Capital Markets: New View of Cycles, Prices, and Market Volatility, Second Edition, Edgar E. Peters Corporate Financial Distress and Bankruptcy, Second Edition, Edward I.

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  • Chapter 19b: Answer key about PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY 1. Answer: c There should be a change procedure in the project to handle changes that might be initiated by customers. The change procedure should include the cost for managing the change and the cost of developing the estimate for the effects of the change. 2. Answer: c Estimating is just that, an estimating process. Perhaps it would have been better for the project manager to have given all the information to the person responsible for the estimate. At this point the best thing to do is to use all of the information available...

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  • Chapter 13b: Answer key about COST MANAGEMENT 1. Answer: c Both the cost and accuracy of parametric models vary widely. They are most likely to be reliable when the historical information used to develop the model was accurate, the parameters used in the model are readily quantifiable, and the model is scalable (i.e., it works as well for a very large project as for a very small one). 2. Answer: b An analogous estimate is one that is arrived at by taking a project or part of a project that is already completed and adjusting the cost on the basis...

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  • Project sales revenues and expenses. 2) Estimate current assets and fixed assets necessary to support projected sales. Percent of sales forecast Budgets indicate the amount and timing of future financing needs. Budgets provide a basis for taking corrective action if budgeted and actual figures do not match. Budgets provide the basis for performance evaluation.

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  • GLOSSARY AC. Actual Cost. See Actual cost. Accountability matrix. A structure that relates the project organization structure to the work breakdown structure to help ensure that each element of the project’s scope of work is assigned to a responsible individual. Activity. A unit of work performed as part of a project. An activity usually has a duration, a cost, and resource requirements. Activities can then be subdivided into tasks. Activity definition. Identifying the specific activities that must be performed in order to produce the various project deliverables.

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  • The eight studies presented in this volume are put together to provide a new insight into the design of risk-management models in emerging markets. The objective is to identify the specific characteristics of emerging markets and specify the most appropriate methods of risk management that suits those markets. The chapters report on empirical studies carried out on a number of countries in Asia, Eastern Europe, North Africa and other emerging markets in various continents.

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  • The risk management processes described in this book had their genesis well over 20 years ago when I accepted a position at the University of Southampton. There I met and worked with Dr Chris Chapman, already an acknowledged expert in project risk, with an established relationship with BP and an extensive client base in Canada. Chris involved me in his consulting activities in North America, primarily associated with quantitative risk analyses of large projects in the hydroelectric and the oil and gas industries....

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  • Total quality management, now a well known idea, is a philosophy of management for continuously improving the quality of products and processes. The idea is that the quality of products and processes is the responsibility of everyone who is involved with the development and/or use of the products or services. TQM involves management, workforce, suppliers, and even customers, in order to meet or exceed customer expectations.

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  • COMPETITIVE SUPPLY CHAIN AND REVENUE MANAGEMENT: FOUR ESSAYS When the peer group measure is interacted with the choice index—in Column B, and again with additional controls in the remaining columns—the coefficient is indistinguishable from zero, with a negative point estimate in every specification. Panel B repeats this analysis, this time with the score earned by students when they were in the 12th grade.51 Again, estimates of the choice effect are imprecise but are—with one statistically insignificant exception—of the opposite sign from that predicted by the economic model....

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  • It was just a few decades ago, in the 1950s, that modern project management was first seen as an individual subject within the area of economic sciences. Centuries back, so-called “projects” were finished successfully, e.g. the building of the aqueducts in Roman times or the construction of the Great Wall in China, but these projects were managed more on an ad-hoc basis mostly using informal techniques and tools.

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  • in one form or another. Sensitivity analysis or scenario planning for a project or economic appraisal are familiar examples, as are assessing the contingency allowance in a cost estimate or budget, buying insurance, revising contract provisions or undertaking community consultation during project planning.

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  • Forests are an integral part of global sustainable development. The World Bank estimates more than 1.6 billion people to be dependent on forests for their livelihoods with some 300 million living in them. The forest product industry is a source of economic growth and employment, with global forest products traded internationally is estimated at $327 billion. The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that every year 130,000 km² of the world's forests are lost due to deforestation.

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  • Business Marketing Management: B2B - Michael D. Hutt, Thomas W. Speh presentations on chapter 1 A business Marketing perspective, chapter 2 organizational bying behavior, chapter 3 custommer relationship management strategies forr business markets, chapter 4 Segmenting the business market and estimating segment demand, chapter 5 Business marketing planning: Strategic perspectives.

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  • This is a thought-provoking and invaluable book for anyone who cares about risk communication and management in the 21st century. Professor Löfstedt, via a number of case studies and the latest theoretical analysis, offers new insights on how regulators and policy-makers can best win back the public’s trust in the era of post trust.’—Anna Jung, Director General, European Food Information Council

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  • The project manager must set expectations about the time required to complete the software among the stakeholders, the team, and the organization’s management. If those expectations are not realistic from the beginning of the project, the stakeholders will not trust the team or the project manager.

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  • (bq) part 2 book "fundamentals of financial management" has contents: cash flow estimation and risk analysis, real options and other topics in capital budgeting; capital structure and leverage; capital structure and leverage; financial planning and forecasting, multinational financial management,...and other contents.

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  • (bq) part 2 book "statistics for managers using - microsoft excel" has contents: sampling and sampling distributions, confidence interval estimation, fundamentals of hypothesis testing - one sample tests, simple linear regression, introduction to multiple regression.

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