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Old 01-23-2014, 07:35 PM
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Smile Survey: Construction management techniques applicable to IT projects.

Hello and happy 2014 to everyone.

Have you ever watched television programs such as "Megastructures" on NatGeo? Ever wondered how it would be to manage construction projects, and why they are more successful than IT projects?

I would greatly appreciate the cooperation of all of you who work in IT project management, in a survey I'm doing as part of the thesis for my graduate course. I'm conducting a survey to assess the possibility of applying project management techniques from Civil Engineering/Construction to the IT field.

To participate, click on the link:
http://eSurv.org/online-survey.php?s...CDLMN_e9dadd92

There are 40 questions. Please, it is important to answer all.

The survey result and the conclusions will be posted here for discussions on the subject.

Thanks in advance to all who participate.
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