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Articles on Effective Group Dynamics
Improving Group Dynamics from Mindtools
"The term "group dynamics" describes the way in which people in a group interact with one another. When dynamics are positive, the group works well together. When dynamics are poor, the group's effectiveness is reduced." (from the article)
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The ABCs of the CRITICAL PATH Method
Abstract: The article details the Critical Path Method (CPM) for decision making in project management. CPM is a management tool for analyzing, planning, and scheduling complex projects and for estimating total project costs. CPM is a bottleneck route that reduces over-all project time and provides a cost evaluation of "crash" programs. Topics include the critical path algorithm, concept of total slack, characteristics of CPM, potential of CPM, PERT, and Scheduling Program for Allocating Resources (SPAR), and examples from the construction industry. (HBR)
Defining what really goes on.
Abstract: Discusses some definitions for the elements of a project management system and implementation effort sent to the author by his friend. Definitions of contractor, project manager, Critical Path Method (CPM), bid, opening bid, and low bid; Conclusions.