|Figure 1.1||The project management ‘iron triangle’ of scope, time and cost||6|
|Figure 1.1||The classical view of management||7|
|Figure 1.1||Managing the benefits||8|
|Figure 1.1||The decision-making model for project management||8|
|Figure 1.1||Portfolios, programs, projects and work packages in a work breakdown structure||11|
|Figure 1.1||Key responsibilities for managers of portfolio, programs and projects||11|
|Figure 1.1||Do we know what we want and how to do it or not?||12|
|Figure 1.1||Measuring what you want to achieve||13|
|Figure 1.1||Example risk factors for government projects||15|
|Figure 1.1||Riskier projects require better developed soft skills||16|
|Figure 1.1||Innovation funnel/portfolio management for R&D projects||20|
|Figure 1.1||The ability to influence a project over time||21|
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