Percentage of the actual work accomplished compared to the work planned for each WBS element.
Forces that affect the availability, production, and distribution of a society's resources.
A customer's view of the usefulness of the project deliverables.
Exhibiting a high ratio of output to input.
Enabling followers to take responsibility for actions.
An industry term for the broad set of activities supported by multi-module application software that helps a manufacturer or other business manage the important parts of its business, including product planning, parts purchasing, maintaining inventories, interacting with suppliers, providing customer service, and tracking orders.
To arouse strong feeling in an unofficial commitment and to have fun in anticipation of official commitment; to boost the morale of the team and make them believe that their project work is important.
The third of the four stages in the project lifecycle model. The time when most of the actual hands-on project work is accomplished and most of the money is spent, as plans are implemented.
Top executive and his or her direct reports who collectively make many organizational decisions.