SYMPOSIUM PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE. Reaching Goals With Project Management

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^-•PROCEEDINGS 19TH

ANNUAL

PROJECT

",

OF THE

SEMINAR/SYMPOSIUM

MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE

Milwaukee, Wisconsin U.S.A.

Reaching

l

Goals With

Project Management

October 2-7,1987

Hyatt Regency Milwaukee Exposition and Convention Center and Arena

UB/TIB Hannover

89

TECHNICAL PAPERS INDEX OPERATIONS A-1

Page

Removing the Mystique of C/SCSC

John

H.

1

Baumgartner

AGS Management Systems, Inc. King of Prussia, PA A-2

Paper Withdrawn

A-3

A Resource Oriented Simulation

David Yung-Ming Chang

System for Multiple Resource

Texas A&M University

Constrained Processes

College Station, TX Robert i. Carr

University of Michigan/Ann

Arbor

Ann Arbor, Ml A-4

Risk/Opportunity Assessment

William F. Conde, Jr.

20

Honeywell, Inc. Minnetonka, MN A-5

Department of Defense

Monica Conover-Tehomilic

Instructions as

Harris Corporation

a

A-6

a

Basis for

Project Management System

A-7

Syoset, NY Reginald F. Driscoll Wes S. Wolford

Electronic Mail: A Modern Project

30

Management Tool

AT&T Oakland, CA

Estimate Variance:

William R.Duncan

Distant Early Warning Signal

Duncan Associates

44

52

Lexington, MA A-8

Project Management Methodology for the

Strategic

Defense

James P. Furaus, L L. Byars, J. A. Hands, K. W. Hanks,

57

D. M.Johnson, L O. Seamons, C. G. Shirley, M. L. Walla

Facility

Sandia National Laboratories

Albuquerque, NM A-9

Project Analysis Based

on a

Dr. Roland Gareis

62

System's Approach to Project Management

Wirtschaftsuniversititat

A-10

On Time Project Completion Managing the Critical Path

David H. Hamburger Management Consultants, Inc. Spring Valley, NY

69

A-11

An Engineering Project Cost

James C. Kane

77

Control System Using

George D. Weaver

Vienna, Austria

PQ

dBase III Plus®

Corporation

Valley Forge, PA A-12

Defining and Enforcing A Key for Work Papers —

A-13

Reaching Goals

Holmdel, NJ

The Interactive Planning

A. A. Levene

Assistant



An

Expert System

for Achieving Project Goals A-14

A-15

Peter Kapsales

Mark D. Matthews Martin Marietta Aerospace

Effectiveness

Aurora,

Paper Withdrawn

95

Systems Designers Fleet, Hants, UK

Increasing Planning

Information Centers:

87

AT&T Bell Laboratories

CO

110

Page A-16

Optimization

in

M. P. Santeil J. R.Jung, Jr.

Project

Coordination Scheduling

through Application Taguchi Method

of

Dr.

119

J. C.Warner

Allen-Bradley Company Milwaukee, Wl

ORGANIZATION B-1

AND

STYLE

Master Business Planning The Art of Controlling Project

...

Management

in a

Rudolph G. Boznak

Garland,

143

TX

Multi-Project

Environment B-2

Paper Withdrawn

B-3

Prudent Project Organizational

Professor David I. Cleland

Design

University of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA

B-4

The Project Team



Vehicle

for Reaching the Project Goals

159

Kent A. Cori, PE, PMP

167

CH2M Hill

Gainesville, FL B-5

Paper Withdrawn

B-6

(R&M) Quality Team Concept: A New System Management

Major James Franklin Guzzi Beavercreek, OH

173

Leadership and Influence: The Challenge of Project Management

Deborah S. Kezsbom, PhD

183

Management Consideration for Resolving Construction Disputes

Richard J. Long

The Behavioral Calculus of

E. Douglas Lucas

Project Management

Howard W.

Initiative

B-7

B-8

B-9

Team

Selection

MRA, Management Resources, Inc. New York, NY 188

Kellogg Corporation Littleton, CO 203

Gleason, Jr. Construction Consulting Group,

Inc.

Ajeet S. Sood William-Russell & Johnson, Inc. Atlanta, GA B-10

B-11

Management Change Project Environment

Project Integration

in the

and

Subcontract Management

Dr. M. Dean Martin Dr. Stephen D. Owens Western Carolina University Cullowhee, NC

210

Dr. M. Dean Martin

217

Dr. Francis M. Webster Western Carolina

University

Cullowhee, NC B-12

B-13

Intrapreneurs

Bewarel

Pan American GamesAfter Action

Philip C. Nunn DeVry Institute of Technology Chicago, IL

226

Lee A. J. Peters Peters & Company

230

Ray Shortridge, PhD PAX/lndianapolis Indianapolis, IN

Page B-14

Teambuilding Approach

to

Gene R.Simons, PhD

Product Development Projects

231

Rensselaer Polytechnic I nstitute

Troy, NY B-15

Behavoriai Role Clarification

Tom Stockert

236

TCC Enterprises

Raleigh, B-16

Integrating Non-Conformists into the Project Team

B-17

Paper Withdrawn

B-18

Entrepreneurial Project

Management Teams: Organizational Strategy for Innovation and Growth B-19

Measurement of Individual

Authority and Authority Delegation in the Management

NC

Linn C. Stuckenbruck, Jr., PhD Chatsworth, CA

240

JohnTuman, Jr., PE Gilbert/Commonwealth, Inc. Reading, PA

251

Itzhak

Wirth, PhD Nova University Fort Lauderdale, FL

261

Robert J. Yourzak, PE Robert Yourzak & Associates Minneapolis, MN

272

of Projects B-20

Leading People to Project Goals

ENGINEERING/CONSTRUCTION/PROCUREMENT C-1

C-2

The Development of Productivity-

Dr. Nabil Altawil

Based Scheme in

Construction Projects

University of Technology Baghdad, Iraq

Factory Automation Through the Eye of the Integrator

James N. Salapatas David W. Bartley

Iraqi

284

285

Robert S. Schmidt

Harnischfeger Engineers,

Inc.

Milwaukee, Wl C-3

Reaching Goals Through Project Management for Engineering,

Rianto Buditjahjono

Procurement, Construction

Engineering & Construction

Project C-4

in Indonesia

Your Projects Goals

293

P. T. Rekayasa Industrl Plant

Jakarta, Indonesia are

J. Gordon Davis,

in

PhD,

PE

299

Davis International

When...

Atlanta, GA C-5

C-6

Goal Achievement Through Program

Paul B. Demkovich

Control Systems on the O'Hare

Envirodyne Engineers,

Development Program

Chicago, IL

Computerized Total Project Management System Application

FumioHirai

Japanese Engineering Manufacturing Firm in a

C-7

Post Top-Out Syndrome Causes

C-8

and



and Prevention

Project Management in Railway

Engineering

303 Inc.

312

Engineering Advancement Association of Japan Tokyo, Japan Lawrence L. Humphries Washington, TX

320

Ibrahim Inayatali CP Rail

321

Montreal

Page C-9

Civic Solution: Lake Forest Shoreline Restoration

John P. Fischbach The City of Lake Forest

340

Lake Forest, IL David J. Werren

Warzyn Engineering, Inc. Madison, Wl Donald L. Brenner

Douglas C. Jerger The Brenner Group

Chicago, C-10

Model Planning and Controlling System for Engineering, Procurement and Construction

IL

Stanton K. Nethery, Jr.

346

Dow Chemical, U.S.A.

of Industrial Projects

C-11

Reaching Profit Goals

on

Small

Construction Contracts

Christopher G. Walker George Walker Associates

352

Chris Quaife Symmetric Resources North Vancouver, BC, Canada C-12

Paper Withdrawn

C-13

Procurement and Management of

Major Construction Projects in Australia

Professor A. C. Sldwell The South Australian

366

Institute of Technology

Adelaide, Australia C-14

C-15

LeDuc Gas Cap Blowdown Project

J. Michael Smith

Project Management in a Changing Business Environment

Esso Resources Canada Limited

Delay Analysis Approach



An Automated

371

Alberta, BC, Canada Anthony J. Werderitsch, PE, CCE

379

J. S. Reams Administrative Control

Management, Inc. Ann Arbor, Ml C-16

Program Management and Project Scheduling under the Constraints

Doreen M. Zankowski

of Federal Court Guidelines

Camp Dresser

393

Richard D. Fox & McKee, Inc.

Boston, MA RESEARCH AND EDUCATION D-1

Use of Simulation to General

Yvan J. Beliveau

Probabilistic Cost Estimates

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Blacksburg, VA

for the Construction

D-2

D-3

Evolution of

Topics

Industry

in

Papers

Dr. Sebastian Dworatschek

of INTERNET and PMI

Roland W. Gutsch University of Bremen Bremen, West Germany

Project Management Training On-The-Job Experience

Pamela L. Coates Ralph I. Hauser Westinghouse Electric

an

Corporation Pittsburgh, PA D-4

Paper

Withdrawn

394

401

408

Page D-5

Cost/Schedule Control System

Lee R. Lambert

Criteria

Lee R. Lambert & Associates Worthington, OH



A Lightheaded

Introduction for the

415

Non-Believer D-6

The Corporate Project Managers Program

G. N. "Bud" Lush

416

Versa Management Systems, Inc. Des Plaines, IL

D-7

Project Management Education

ShriB. M. Naik

and

Shri Guru Bogind Singhji

Training

in India

417

College of Engineering and Technology Vishnupuri, Nanded, India D-8

Public Works Management Research and Education Program in Universities, Private and Public Sectors

Dr. Fazll T. Najafi

D-9

"Free" PM

Professor Gerhard Plenert California State University-Chico Chico, CA

433

D-10

Use of Interactive Seminars

John Ramage, PE

436

in Project

Management Training Programs

CH2MHIII

Documentation as

Charles G.

D-11

Technology

422

Zohar Herbsman University of Florida Gainesville, FL

Milwaukee, Wl

a Management Strategy for Reaching Goals In High-Risk Research-Oriented

Shirley

440

Sandla National Laboratories

Albuquerque,

NM

Projects D-12

Paper Withdrawn

D-13

Reaching Goals in R&D

Vijay K. Verma, MBA

Environments

TRIUMF Vancouver, BC, Canada

D-14

451

Constructive Management

Dr. David Arditi

Education and Research

Illinois Institute of Technology

A



Comparative Study

Chicago,

460

IL

PHARMACEUTICAL E-1

Managing Joint Development

in

the Pharmaceutical Industry: "The Next Plateau for Project E-2

Managers" Managing Joint Development Projects in the Pharmaceutical Industry

ICI Pharmaceuticals

The Management of Quality in Pharmaceutical R&D Projects

Dr. John Engelhart Merck Sharp &Dohme

Present Only

E-5

Pharmaceutical Track Poster Session

E-6

Transfer of Technology: Techniques for Chemical and Pharmaceutical Projects

465

Research Laboratories NJ

J. M. Grindel, PhD

466

McNeil Pharmaceutical

Spring House, E-4

Group

Wilmington, DE

Rahway, E-3

464

Luanne Byers

PA

470 Rajeev M. Pandia Herdillla Chemicals Limited Bombay, India

471

Page E-7

Modeling R&D Drug Projects at

Greg

PA

Philadelphia, E-8

Financial Analysis for New Formulation

480

R. Salvano

Wyeth Labs, Inc.

Wyeth

J. R. Schnieders

486

R. A. Jameyson

Projects

Upjohn Company Kalamazoo, Ml E-9

489

A Resource Management Model

Alan Woodall

for Pharmaceutical R&D

Frank Sprecher

Smith, Kline & French Laboratories

Swedeland, PA UTILITIES F-1

Developing Flexible Electric Utility Organizations Through Project Management

490

Dr. John R. Adams

Stacey Lynn

Pittman

Western Carolina University

Cullowhee, NC Charles R. "Rick" Bilbro Carolina Power & Light

Company Raleigh, NC F-2

Subconsultants

Help

Meet

William H. Blackmer

498

James M. Montgomery

Project Goals

Consulting Engineers,

Inc.

Walnut Creek, CA F-3

Developing Trends in the Use of Project Management

James Blaney Ron Wallace Project Software Development, Inc. Cambridge, MA

516

F-4

Achieving Project

George B. Bradshaw William B. Derrickson

524

Goals in

Contrasting Environments: The Value of a Strong

F-5

Management Philosophy

PSNH-NH, Yankee Division Seabrook, NH

An Owner's Approach to

John L. Colllngs

Project Management

Cahaba Management Associates

534

Mill Valley, CA F-6

Improved Technique for Managing Engineering

Ralph L Sanders Howard A. Dapper, Jr.

Activities

James P. Watson

546

Carolina Powers Light Company

Raleigh, F-7

NC

An Experlental Approach to

Paul R. Guichard

Project Management Training and Team Building

Schneider Engineers

554

Cary, NC Rick Bilbro Carolina Power & Light Company

Raleigh,

NC

John R.Adams, PhD Western Carolina University

Cullowhee, F-8

Reaching Goals with Planning and Scheduling Systems

NC

Calin M. Popescu, PhD The University of Texas Austin, TX

558

Page F-9

F-10

F-11

Starting

a Project Management Organization —A Utility Perspective

Leo J. Nadeau

The Legal Standards for "Prudent" Project Management

Randall L. Speck,

Achieving Excellence Through Matrix/Project Management

Don Martin

561

Peter F. Santoro

Hartford, CT

Esquire

566

Rogovin, Huge & Lenzner Washington, D.C. 577

Maria Clay

Ogelthorpe

Power Corporation

Atlanta, GA Tim Stockert TCC Enterprises

Raleigh, NC

1987 PMI STUDENT PAPER AWARD WINNER F-12

The Relationship Between

Glen L. Jansma

Project Manning

University of Texas Eugene, OR

Levels and

Craft Productivity for Nuclear Power Construction

582 at Austin

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