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Project Management Series: Accounting 101 for Project Managers

This will provide a resource to help manage projects more successfully and connect project management with firm business management on a common platform

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Focus Search - Practice Management Project Management Series: Accounting 101 for Project Managers Questions & Answers Log Presented 5.16.2013 Presented by Stephen Evans, Owner, Stephen C

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Project Management Series: Project Work Planning - the process of planning and executing a project

The purpose of this presentation is to present the process of project work planning and the elements of a good plan. All projects, large or small should have a project work plan and certain characteristics will be common across project size and scope. The use of the appropriate level and...

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Focus Search - Practice Management Project Management Series: Project Work Planning - The process of planning and executing a project Questions & Answers Log Presented 6.13.2013 Presented by Stephen Evans, Owner, Stephen C

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Design-build best practices and white papers

Progressive Design-Build combines the benefits of design-build (DB), including single-point of accountability, with the benefits of construction-management-at-risk (CMAR), including preconstruction services and owner input throughout the project execution.This delivery method offers many significant benefits to an owner over traditional delivery methods, such as design-bid-build

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Focus Search - He oversees the customer relationship management (CRM) system, forecasts revenue, and aids in crafting the business plan

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Does it Really Matter? What Does the Project Delivery System Bring to the Success or Failure of the Project?

This whitepaper was authored by Jeffrey Appelbaum and presented at the 2012 American Bar Association's Forum on the Construction Industry. In just over 20 pages, this article provides a very useful summary of the key factors that characterize the most common project delivery methods. Appelbaum...

ABA_Project Delivery Paper 2012-04-26.pdf

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2018 Project Delivery Symposium: Delivering the Future

On March 6, the AIA Project Delivery Knowledge Community held their first Symposium, Delivering the Future, at the AIA National Headquarters in Washington, DC. This one day event provided an interesting overview of how project delivery methods have evolved to their current state and how they...

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Focus Search - Commitment making is a crucial part of production Project management also require purpose (Simon 1996). Steering the complex systems can be understood as complexity management added with goal and purposeful behavior

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AIA Contract Documents: Contract Relationship Diagrams, October 2015

This is a brief, 10-page summary of AIA contract documents related to commonly used project delivery methods, including IPD. There is a useful summary of "key attributes" for each PDM, Even more helpful are the contract relationship diagrams provided. These show the lines of contractual...

2015-10-01 AIA Contract Relationship Diagrams aiab094242(1).pdf

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Project Delivery Systems: How they Impact Efficiency and Profitability in the Building Sector

This McGraw Hill "SmartMarket" Report is drawn from an online survey of 125 architects and 115 contractors, along with a phone survey of 100 owners. The Report illustrates the survey data in numerous clear and insightful graphs showing how our industry views the advantages and disadvantages of...

McGraw Hill project delivery systems smartreport 2014-08-06.pdf

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A New Concept in Practice: Leading the Delivery Process

This webinar was sponsored by the Project Delivery Knowledge Community on AIA KnowledgeNet. Recognizing a need for change to address demands for more efficiency, project complexities and sustainable results, the AEC industry is slowly transitioning to more integrated project delivery methods,...

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Focus Search - Q: Did you all use a project management software package like ebuilder or prolog project manager