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Design of Project Management Capabilities

Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 10027)

Abstract

Project management (PM) capabilities define organizational abilities of delivering predictable project results in a changing environment. To increase maturity of the PM capabilities, they need to be formalized, aligned with standards and best practices, measured, controlled and improved. One of capabilities standardization and formalization approaches is to perform capability modelling. This paper proposes to use the Capability Driven Development methodology to model the PM capability models because this methodology allows for representing unique capability delivery context situations and specification of context-aware PM processes. The paper outlines the capability modelling processes and elaborates the capability model for the risk management sub-capability. Potential applications of the capability model are discussed.

Keywords

Project management capability Capability modelling CDD methodology Capability design tool 

Notes

Acknowledgement

Support for this work was provided by the Riga Technical University through the Scientific Research Project Competition for Young Researchers No. ZP-2016/24.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Information Technology InstituteRiga Technical UniversityRigaLatvia

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