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Starting from Gersick's research,  stating that groups don't develop in a universal sequence of stages as suggested by the five-phase model. Her research, which is based on the systems concept of punctuated equilibrium group development, found that the timing...
All of us have started a project at some point in our life and struggled with it in some way. No matter what kind of project it was, questions had to asked and answered, followed by execution. Once I...
top down estimates

Top Down Estimates

Since estimating efforts cost money, the time and detail devoted to estimating is an important decision. Yet, when bottom up or top down estimates are considered, you as a project manager may hear statements such as these: Rough order...
This is the message sent to the Government in a keynote speech by the recently appointed HS2 Chairman Sir David Higgins in Manchester on Monday as he delivered his long awaited review, HS2 Plus, of the mega...
A typical statement in the field is the desire to "have a 95 percent probability of meeting time and cost estimates." Past experience is a good starting point for developing time and cost estimates. But past experience estimates must almost...