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IEEE Engineering Management Review, Vol. 7, No. 1, March 1979

IEEE Engineering Management Review, 1979

Correction to the inside front cover: The paragraph at the bottom should read as follows: IEEE ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT REVIEW is published quarterly by The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. Headquarters: 345 East 47 Street, New York, NY 1001 7. Sent automatically and without additional cost to each member of the Engineering Management Society. Responsibility for the contents rests ...


Towards project management 2030: Why is change needed?

IEEE Engineering Management Review, 2017

As part of the Technology Managers Notebook (TMN) series, I'm sharing some personal project management experiences with you, our readers. However, rather than writing about experiences while performing a typical project management role, the current article will refer to experiences in engaging into the development of the profession while the author was keeping himself up to date in his field. ...


Search and Re-Search for Solutions to Communication Problems

IEEE Engineering Management Review, 1983

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IEEE Engineering Management Review, 2013

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IEEE Engineering Management Review, 1986

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  • IEEE Engineering Management Review, Vol. 7, No. 1, March 1979

    Correction to the inside front cover: The paragraph at the bottom should read as follows: IEEE ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT REVIEW is published quarterly by The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. Headquarters: 345 East 47 Street, New York, NY 1001 7. Sent automatically and without additional cost to each member of the Engineering Management Society. Responsibility for the contents rests upon the authors and not upon the IEEE, the Society, or its members. IEEE Service Center (for membership information, subscriptions, address changes): 445 Hoes Lane, Piscataway, NJ 08854. Telephones: Headquarters 212-644 + extension: Information -7900, General Manager -7910, Controller -7748, Educational Services -7860, Publishing Services -7560, Region/Section Services -7750, Standards -7960, Technical Services -7890. IEEE Service Center 201-981-0060. Washington Office/Professional Services 202-785-0017. NY Telecopier No. 212-752-4929. Telex No. 236-411 (International messages only). Abstracting is permitted with mention of source. All rights reserved. Copyright Oc 1979 by The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. Printed in U.S.A.

  • Towards project management 2030: Why is change needed?

    As part of the Technology Managers Notebook (TMN) series, I'm sharing some personal project management experiences with you, our readers. However, rather than writing about experiences while performing a typical project management role, the current article will refer to experiences in engaging into the development of the profession while the author was keeping himself up to date in his field. In a previous article, the author concluded the abstract with the question: "Time to rethink project management?" Initiatives have been started in the recent past, such as the "Dutch National Research Group on Project Management" (DNRG) from a research perspective under the umbrella of the local Dutch chapter of the International Project Management Association (IPMA) with a focus on the human factors. More recently another initiative has been started within Dutch chapter of the Project Management Institute (PMI) in the Netherlands coined the "Big10" initiative to address the future of Project Management from the industry perspective. And also in a recent meeting of the IEEE Technology & Engineering Management Society's-Administrative Committee (TEMS AdCom) a similar subject was raised and coined "What is Next in Management?". The current article provides an overview of some of the developments in the profession and on why the need is felt for change in future Project Management, and the initiatives referred to aim for. The current article is intended as a form of discussion paper, opening the dialogue to the readership and entering into the discourse on the subject of the future of Project Management, while still fitting the concept and purpose of the Technology Managers Notebook section in the IEEE Engineering Management Review. Food for thought, as there are no silver bullets, or as one project manager trainer used to answer on any question the author posed to him during a series of sessions: "it depends".

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