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Integrated information system for project management purpose

Discuss and explain the need for an integrated information system for project management purposes.

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Integrated Information Services for project management purposes adheres to the concept of marrying project processes using intelligent information system like project management tools and techniques.
Let assume, for example that , the project Management Team consist of Engineer and Facilities supervisor had a risk management problem in their departments or sections. They can integrated risk management into their roles and responsibilities through: the use of PMBOK tools and techniques such Gantt Chart, Critical Path Method (CPM) and Project Evaluation Review Techniques (PERT), for risk planning, for ...

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This paper define clearly what is an Integrated Information Services for project management purposes. An Integrated Information Services for project management purposes adheres to the concept of marrying project processes using intelligent information system such as the use of PMBOK tools and techniques.
Further, it uses real world example to explain how the Engineer and Facilities supervisor in the project Management Team should integrate risk management into their roles and responsibilities within their departments. It identify the often occurence of risk management problem within departments or sections. And encourage the Engineer and Facilities supervisor use the PMBOK tools and techniques such Gantt Chart, Critical Path Method (CPM) and Project Evaluation Review Techniques (PERT), for risk planning, for risk assessing (identification and analyzing risk), for risk developing handling strategies and for risks monitoring. Also the Engineer and Facilities supervisor should jointly use and share the integrated information system to deal with the problems occurring in the project processes.

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