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A Compendium of Works to Increase the Probability of Project Success

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Project Governance. Integrated Master Plan: The Foundation of Program Success , College of Performance Management, May 21, 2014. The Nine "I's" of Program Success ," College of Performance Management. Forming, Storming, Norming, Performing, and Adjourning. Project Performance Management. Connecting the 5 Principles and 5 Practices of Performance-Based Project Management ® To Increase the Probability of Project Success. Technical Performance Measures.

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Compendium of Works to Increase Probability of Project Success

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Project Performance Management (#PPM). Technical Performance Measures (#TPM). Cost, Schedule, and Technical Performance Management (#CSTPM). Governance (#Governance). The overarching theme is focused on defining what Done looks like, assessing progress toward Done in units of measure meaningful to the decision makers. Those units always start with Measures of Effectiveness and Measures of Performance. Governance.

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Microeconomics and Risk Management in Decision Making for Software Development

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Cost and schedule growth for software development programs is created by unrealistic technical performance expectations, unrealistic cost and schedule estimates, inadequate risk assessments, unanticipated technical issues, and poorly performed and ineffective risk management, all contributing to program technical and programmatic shortfalls. risks that may prevent the end item from performing as intended or not meeting performance expectations.

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Why Johnny Can't Do The Math

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The 2008 mortgage crisis for example (although many did an made lots of money), the government didn't. An important outcome of Macroeconomics is establishing the appropriate interest rates in an economy, where the government sets a base rate and banks work from there. For any system to be ergodic it has to be closed, with no outside influences. The past performance drives future performance within the parameters of the processes.