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Designing Multi Agent System Architecture for Project Performance Based on PMBOK Standard

  • Houda HammouchEmail author
  • Hicham Medromi
  • Adil Sayouti
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 366)

Abstract

PMBOK (project management body of knowledge) is the recognized and the most accepted standard for project management, however many projects still fail by using or misusing PMBOK guidelines, due to poor communications, lack of monitoring and non performance measurement. In this paper we use the advantages of agent technology to make implementation and use of PMBOK processes more efficient and to have insights on the progress of projects and to anticipate possible problems that can lead the project failure.

Keywords

Multi agent system PMBOK Project performance Project management PRINCE2 IPMA competence baseline ISO 21500 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Systems Architecture Team (EAS), Laboratory Informatics, Systems and Renewable Energy (LISER)University Hassan II Ain Chock, ENSEMCasablancaMorocco

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