Project Based Enterprise Performance Management


According to Goyette and Lamar, “an enterprise involves an amalgamation of interdependent resources (including people, processes, facilities, and technologies) organized to obtain a strategic advantage in support of mission or business objectives.” One can see that the operational model of a modern enterprise has become significantly different than that of a traditional enterprise. The major cause is that enterprises have to survive unprecedented challenges, such as fluctuating market environments, world-wide competition, ever-changing customer requirements, increasingly demanded collaborations across enterprise boundaries, and disruptive technologies.


Business Process Unify Modeling Language Service Computing Project Portfolio Resource Conflict 
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