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Successful Project Delivery in Aerospace and Defense: Success Criteria

Epicflow Blog

Delivering a project on time and within budget, you may think. In aerospace and defense projects, there should be no room for ambiguity regarding the desired outcomes. The importance of defining success criteria for aerospace and defense projects.

A New Way to Recognize the Achievements of Project Managers

The IIL Blog

Years ago, many aerospace and defense industry projects were managed using war rooms. Disagreements between the project manager, client, contractors, stakeholders and governance groups, lasting possibly for the duration of the project. Weapons of war are more than words; they include schedules, budgets, specifications, requirements and other competing constraints as well as the organizational process assets. By Harold Kerzner, Ph.D.

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Complete Collection of Project Management Statistics 2015

Wrike

Organizations that use a methodology: 38% meet budget. VS. Organizations that don’t use a methodology: 31% meet budget. 18% — Delivered within budget. 75% of highly agile organizations met their goals/business intent, 65% finished on time, and 67% finished within budget. Compared to organizations with low agility, where only 56% met their business goals, 40% finished on time, and 45% finished within budget. [6]. Aerospace/. Government – Federal.

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Risk Management Resources

Herding Cats

Mitigating Cognitive Biases in Risk Identification: Practitioner Checklist for the Aerospace Sector,” Debra L. Overcoming Barriers in Assessing Risk Probabilities,” Tom Kendrick , 2012 PMI Global Congress Proceedings , 2012. Handling Uncertainty in Large Scale Systems with Certainty and Integrity,” Shinya Kikuchi and Vijay Perincherry, “The Flaw of Averages in Project Management,” Philip Fahringer, John Hinton, Marc Thibault, and Sam Savage, PMI Virtual Library, 2011.

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A Compendium of Risk Management Resources

Herding Cats

Mitigating Cognitive Biases in Risk Identification: Practitioner Checklist for the Aerospace Sector,” Debra L. Overcoming Barriers in Assessing Risk Probabilities,” Tom Kendrick , 2012 PMI Global Congress Proceedings , 2012. Handling Uncertainty in Large Scale Systems with Certainty and Integrity,” Shinya Kikuchi and Vijay Perincherry, “The Flaw of Averages in Project Management,” Philip Fahringer, John Hinton, Marc Thibault, and Sam Savage, PMI Virtual Library, 2011.

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