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Final news from EVM World 2012, Florida, USA (and then return to Belgium)

Jun
01

Keynote speech at EVM World 2012 was... a success, I think

This morning, Friday, June 1st, OR-AS partner Mario Vanhoucke and EVM Europe board member Stephan Vandevoorde have given their keynote presentation at the 28th Annual International EVM World 2012 Conference. We had a "top of the bill" impression since it was the last talk of the conference, in the big room, with an audience of mainly American people who seem to enjoy themselves with what we said.

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More news from EVM World 2012, Florida, USA

May
31

An Integrated Project Control Process for Research and Practice

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News from EVM World 2012, Florida, USA

May
31

Commercial Sector EVM Implementation in Europe at Fabricom

This afternoon, Wednesday May 30rd, 2012, Stephan Vandevoorde has presented a case study on "Commercial Sector EVM Implementation in Europe at Fabricom". In this presentation, he gave an overview of how Earned Value Management (EVM) is used at Fabricom, and highlighted future research avenues, including the p-factor that has been implemented in our software tool ProTrack

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EVM World 2012, Florida, USA

May
21

Keynote at EVM World 2012 presenting the research book "Measuring Time".

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EVM Europe initiative maintains momentum

May
14

News from EVM Europe 2012

Now that we are moving forward quickly to the fourth EVM Europe conference, we have published the review of the third Spanish 2011 edition and the announcement of the fourth edition made by Kym Henderson in the Measurable News on our website. View it here. The LinkedIn conference group is also updated.

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P2 Engine 3.2.0 now available

May
14

P2 Engine: ProTrack's engine now available to PhD and master students

Now that P2 Engine is used for both PhD studies as well as master thesises at Ghent University, we now offer free licenses to these two student groups. Moreover, we have added some extra functions, divided in seven classes:

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Integrate PMKC in your PM course

May
06

Integrate PM Knowledge Center in your Project Management course!

Due to a number of requests of Project Management teachers and consultants, we have added a page on our PM Knowlegde Center to show how they can integrate the content of PMKC in their teaching sessions. See what you can use in your teaching sessions:

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OR-AS Talks

May
01

We are on twitter...

follow us for the latest news and updates! Go to your Twitter account, search for @ORASTalks and follow us.

At @ORASTalks, you will find regular tweets on Project Management topics, including dynamic scheduling topics, risk analysis, project control, earned value management and statistical project control, with references to new research projects, state-of-the-art best practices and ways to get in contact with academics and practitioners.

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Book on "Dynamic Scheduling": Out Now!

Apr
19

Since a few weeks, the book "Project Management with dynamic scheduling: baseline scheduling, risk analysis and project control" written by Mario Vanhoucke is published by Springer. The content of the book can be summarized in five main parts:

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International Conference on Project Management and Scheduling

Apr
05

The 13th International Conference on Project Management and Scheduling was interesting and inspiring.

Yesterday evening, Wednesday April 5, 2012, the biyearly conference was closed with a network dinner at the Brabanthallen in Leuven (Belgium).

The 13th International Conference on Project Management and Scheduling took place in Leuven, from April 1 till April 4, in the buildings of the Faculty of Business and Economics and was organized by the Operations Management Research Group of the Faculty of Business and Economics (KULeuven).

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