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PROJECT RESPONSIBILITY ASSIGNMENT MATRIX
DURGA PRASAD Mishra
CERN European Organization for Nuclear Research - Zenodo
Asian Journal of Business and Management
For earned value management (EVM), when an organization attaches nonequal importance to the schedule performance index (SPI) and cost performance index (CPI) of a project, a nonequal-weighted conversion rate between the SPI and CPI is formed. This study employed EVM to integrate SPIs and CPIs to establish a matrix project performance assessment model with a nonequal-weighted conversion rate between the SPI and CPI. This model improves the disadvantages of conventional performance assessment models and enables project managers to simultaneously monitor and control the costs and schedules of their projects. The results provide a practical project performance assessment model for various industries and a basis for developing a project performance assessment information system, thus confirming the practicality and applicability of this study.
International Journal of Project Management
ELVIS T. CHARURA
PROJECT MANAGEMENT ROLES
International Journal of Managing Projects in Business
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to investigate how project managers, influence the assignment of project team members by directly assigning or specifying who they want or by indirectly using lateral influence strategies to secure the appropriate resources. This study is part of a wider study investigating the balance between vertical and horizontal leadership in projects in which nomination (or assignment) was identified as a key event contributing to balancing the leadership. It focuses specifically on the nomination or assignment event at the start of a project. Design/methodology/approach Based on the philosophy of critical realism, case studies were used to collect data through 70 semi-structured interviews in Australia, Scandinavia and South Africa. Interviews were conducted with senior managers, project managers and project team members. Two project team members who worked with the same project manager were interviewed to gather diverse views. The data were analyzed indiv...