Analysis of Previous Research Work on Models and Methodologies in Programme and Project Management
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Ravinder Singh Zandu and Kevin Lano
This paper surveys the relevant literature and work carried out in the area of
project management using different models, methodologies, and frameworks. Project
Management (PM) broadly means programme management, portfolio management,
practice management, etc. A project management system has a set of processes,
procedures, framework, methods, tools, methodologies, techniques, resources, etc.
which are used to manage the full life cycle of projects. This also means to create risk,
quality, performance, and other management plans to monitor and manage projects
efficiently and effectively.
Programme/program management, project management, maturity
models, onshore-offshore management, leadership and management, global
Department of Informatics, King's College London, Strand, London WC2R 2LS, UK