Project Management

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Improving Knowledge Work Processes

A firm decided to redesign its research and development process. Because the effort was critical to its success, the firm applied two parallel approaches to the process. One was a classical reengineering effort in which a small group of managers and consultants designed a radically different way to do research.

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Demystifying the Development of an Organizational Vision

Although most managers recognize the critical role a companywide vision can play today, many are intimidated by the challenge of developing one. The author offers guidance by first explaining how and why a vision works. He then presents a template tested in the corporate, nonprofit, and public sectors for creating an effective vision. Finally, his analysis of why some great visions fail can help executives avoid potential pitfalls.

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Improve Software Quality by Reusing Knowledge and Experience

THE APPROACHES FOR IMPROVING QUALITY IN MANUFACTURING PROCESSES DON’T WORK ESPECIALLY WELL FOR SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT. THE AUTHORS provide a quality improvement paradigm for the software industry that builds on manufacturing models but focuses on reused learning and experience by establishing “experience factories.” Their iterative process enables an organization to acquire core competencies to support its strategic capabilities.

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