Project Technology Management (PTechM)


On the one hand, the traditional framework for project management considers project technology—both hardware/infrastructure and software—to be one of several “Enterprise Environmental Factors” (EEFs) internal to the organization that are conditions, outside the control of the project team, that influence, constrain, or direct the project.1

Yet, on the other hand, we know that among the many reasons so many of our projects and programs have failed to deliver the desired results and benefits is the poor use of technology.2 Since project technology has become so ubiquitous in the 21st century, strategic initiatives, including performance improvement projects, shouldn’t someone provide a ...

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