In this presentation, Ricardo explains the ways of supplier selection, the key features and attributes that should be considered.
In this presentation, Ricardo explains what is the prioritization of projects and the main reason to prioritize projects.
In this presentation, Ricardo explains the importance of communication in projects, key influences, benefits and failures of communication.
In this presentation, Ricardo shows the critical success factors for an PMO. He shows the characteristics of the sponsor and the most common problems in a PMO.
In this presentation, Ricardo shows the general principles of ethics and the ethical aspects involved in the process of purchasing the project.
In this presentation, Ricardo explains what is leadership in projects and shows the difference between leaders and managers.
In this presentation, Ricardo explains what skills, and describes the basic principles of responsibility, taking as example the construction of their winery.
In this presentation, Ricardo explains the main reactions caused by stress, the different types and causes of stress.
The objective of this paper is to present the main components of the development of a project team, the motivational characteristics inherent to the team work and an interrelation proposal between the earned value analysis and team development through the SPI and CPI indexes
In this presentation, Ricardo explains what is portfolio management, and shows the benefits of a portfolio
In this presentation, the Ricardo explains the project management office and the main types. He also shows the benefits gained, the mistakes and successes of a PMO, and the challenges to implement a PMO.
The aim of this article is to present a proposal of interconnection between models and probabilistic simulations of project as possible ways to determine EAC (Final cost) through Earned Value Analysis.
In this presentation, Ricardo explains the concept of earned value and its elements, with graphic examples and exercises
In this presentation, Ricardo shows the factors that influence responses to risk, and explain the various ways of addressing the threats and opportunities of the project.
This work puts forward a new approach to PMBOK® Guide in which the thirty-nine processes are organized in five groups: initiation, planning, executing, controlling and closing
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