References by chapter with links for downloading them when available.

1. Innovations are Achieved through Projects

Dugan, Regina E., and Kaigham J. Gabriel, “‘Special Forces’ Innovation: How DARPA Attacks Problems.” Harvard Business Review, October 2013.

Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), 5th Ed, 2012. Available Here.

Gladwell article: New Yorker Magazine May 2011. Subscribers can find this article in the Archives.

Naughton, Ed., and Dr. Donnacha Kavanagh, “Innovation and Project Management,” Institute Project Management Ireland, 2009. Available Here.

2. The Essence of the Key Project Management Concepts

APM 2004: Directing Change: A guide to governance of project management, 2004. Available Here.

PMI PM Network. Vol. 24, no. 12 (Dec. 2010), p. 26-31. Available Here.

Pfeiffer, Peter, “Environmental Project Management in Brazilian Municipalities. Experiences of a Brazil-Germany Technical Cooperation Project”, PMI GovSig Magazine, Oct. 2004, p 10.

Archibald, Russell, Ivano Di Filippo, and Daniele Di Filippo, “The Six Phase Comprehensive Project Life Cycle Model Includes the Project Incubation-Feasibility Phase and the Post-Project Evaluation Phase,” December 2012 issue of PM World Journal.

Di Filippo, Ivano, “Quando Inizia un Progetto? La Teoria del ‘Critical Buffering’ Theory,” [“When Does a Project Start: ‘Critical Buffering’ Theory”], IL PROJECT MANAGER Magazine, No. 8, 2011.

Tikkanen, Henrikki, Jaakko Kujala, and Karlos Artto, “The marketing strategy of a project-based firm: The Four Portfolios Framework,” Industrial Marketing Management 36 (2007) 194–205.

Thiry, Michel, Program Management, Gower, 2010.

3. Categories and Characteristics of Projects

Archibald, Russell D., “A Global System for Categorizing Projects,” IPMA Project Perspectives 2013. Available Here & at www.RussArchibald.com.

Fern, Edward, “Strategic Categorization of Projects,” 2004. Available Here.

Crawford, Lynn, J. Brian Hobbs, and J. Rodney Turner, “Project Categorization Systems and their Use in Organizations: an empirical study”, PMI Research Conference, London, UK, July 2004.

Archibald ,Russell D., “The Purposes And Methods Of Practical Project Categorization,” International Project/Program Management Workshop 5, ESC Lille – Lille Graduate School of Management , Lille, France August 22 to 26, 2005 [modified May 28 2007]. Available Here.

Hamel, Gary & C. K. Prahalad, “Strategic Intent,” Harvard Business Review, May-June 1989.

Shenhar, Aaron J., James J. Renier, and R. Max Wideman, “Project Management: From Genesis to Content to Classification, INFORMS Conference, Washington, DC. May, 1996. Available Here.

Shenhar, Aaron J., “What’s the Next Generation of Project Management,” PMI Global Congress 2012 North America, Session #RES01, Vancouver BC, Canada, October 20-23, 2012.

Shenhar, Aaron J. and Dov Dvir, Reinventing Project Management: The Diamond Approach to Successful Growth and Innovation.

Archibald, Russell D., Managing High-Technology Programs and Projects, 3rd ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2003. Reviews and information here.

Prieto, Bob, Strategic Program Management, 2008. Construction Management Association of America, McLean, VA USA. Available Here.

Mega Projects Association

4. Project Portfolio Management

Butler, James, Project magazine, Nov/Dec 2010, p. 30, Association for Project Management, Buckinghamshire, UK. Available Here.

Dye, Lowell D., and James S. Pennypacker, “Project Portfolio Managing and Managing Multiple Projects: Two Sides of the Same Coin?” Proceedings of the 2000 PMI Seminars & Symposium, Newtown Square, PA: Project Management Institute.

Archibald, Russell D., Managing High-Technology Programs and Projects, 3rd ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2003. Reviews and information here.

Combe, Margaret W., and Gregory D. Githens, “Managing Popcorn Priorities: How Portfolios and Programs Align Projects With Strategies.” Proceedings of the PMI 1999 Seminars and Symposium,Philadelphia, PA. Newtown Square, PA: Project Management Institute, October 10-16, 1999.

Pellegrinelli, S., 1997. Programme management: Organising project-based change. Int. J. Project Manage., 15: 141-149. Available Here.

UK Government Best Management Portfolio: Management of Portfolios 2002:
United Kingdom Government, Best Management Portfolio. Available Here.

PMI The Standard for Portfolio Management 2008: Available Here.

Christensen 2012: “A Capitalist’s Dilemma, Whoever Wins on Tuesday,” The New York Times, Nov. 3, 2012.

PMI “2012 Pulse of the Profession Portfolio Management Report,” PM Network, June 2012, pp 14. Available Here.

ISO Standards: ISO 21500, Guidance on Project Management, 2012. Available Here.

Some project portfolio management information systems:

Advanced Management Solutions Realtime Enterprise

CA Technologies

Compuware Changepoint

Dekker, Ltd: Decker Trakker

Deltek Integrated Program Management

Planview Enterprise Portfolio Management

HP Project and Portfolio Management Center

IBM Rational Software

Microsoft: MS Project and Project Server

Oracle Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management

Safran North America

SAP Portfolio and Project Management

Spider Project

5. Program and Project Management Offices (PMOs)

Knutson 1999: Knutson, Joan, “Project Office: An Evolutionary Implementation Plan,” Proceedings of the 30th Annual Project Management Institute 1999 Seminars & Symposium Oct. 10-16, 1999. Newtown Square, PA: The Project Management Institute

Archibald 2003 pp 280-300: Archibald, Russell D., Managing High-Technology Programs and Projects, 3rd ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2003. Reviews and information here.

PM Solutions, “The State of the PMO 2012.” Available Here.

McMahon, Patricia, and Ellen Busse, “Surviving the Rise and Fall of a Project Management Office,” Proceedings of the Project Management Institute Annual Seminars & Symposium, Nov. 1-10, 2001, Nashville, TN. Newtown Square, PA: The Project Management Institute

6. Managing Individual Projects

Archibald, Russell D., Managing High-Technology Programs and Projects, 3rd ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2003. Reviews and information here.

PM Solutions, “The State of the PMO 2012.” Available Here.

Liberzon, Vladimir, and Russell D. Archibald, “From Russia with Love: Truly Integrated Project Scope, Schedule, Resource and Risk Information,” PMI World Congress – The Hague, May 24-26 2003. Available Here.

Liberzon, Vladimir, and Victoria Shavyrino, “Methods and Tools of Success Driven Project Management,” Project Perspectives 2013, pp. 32-37, Vol. XXXV, International Project Management Association. Available Here.

Archibald, Russell, Ivano Di Filippo, and Daniele Di Filippo, “The Six Phase Comprehensive Project Life Cycle Model Includes the Project Incubation-Feasibility Phase and the Post-Project Evaluation Phase,” December 2012 issue of PM World Journal.

Debourse, Jean-Pierre, and Russell D. Archibald, Project Managers as Senior Executives, Newtown Square, PA: The Project Management Institute, 2011. Available Here.

APM 2012, p. 27: Association for Project Management/APM, APM Body of Knowledge, 6th ed., 2012.

7. What Executives Must Demand to Achieve Effective Project Management

Nieto-Rodriguez, Antonio, “Evidence of thew Neglect of Project Management by Senior Executives.” PM World Journal, Vol.II, Issue II, February 2013.  www.pmworldjournal.net

8. Maturity of Organizations in Project Management

Prado Project Management Maturity Model

Debourse, Jean-Pierre, and Russell D. Archibald, Project Managers as Senior Executives, Newtown Square, PA: The Project Management Institute. 2011. Available Here.

Brazil PM Maturity Research at Maturityresearch.com

9. Development of the Profession of Project Management

PMI

International Project Management Association (IPMA)

The International Standards Organization (ISO)

ISO 21500, Guidance on Project Management, available for purchase here.

The Global Alliance for Project Performance Standards (GAPPS)

The NASA Academy of Program/Project and Engineering Leadership

Industrial Committee on Program Management (ICPM) of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA)

College of Performance Management

Construction Management Association of America (CMAA)

The Association for the Advancement of Cost Engineering International (AACEi):

The Product Development & Management Association (PDMA)

PMI accredited university degrees in project management.

10. Summary: What All Executives Need to Know
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Appendix A: Project Manager Duties and Responsibilities

Archibald, Russell D., Managing High-Technology Programs and Projects, 3rd ed. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2003, pp 207-. Reviews and information.