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Project Execution, Monitor and Control Process in Project Management

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The Project Execution Phase is the third phase in the project life cycle. In this phase, you will build the physical project deliverables and present them to your customer for sign off. The Project Execution Phase is usually the longest phase in the project life cycle and it typically consumes the most energy and the most resources. To enable you to monitor and control the project during this phase, you will need to implement a range of management processes. These processes help you to manage time, cost, quality, change, risks and issues. They also help you to manage procurement, customer acceptance and communications.
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Digital publication details: 30 pages.

Achieve greater user acceptance with Facility Maintenance Management

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While we know that technology and the right tools are certainly going to make a huge impact on your company and its requirements, it is important to ensure that you have long term strategies and planning to help you out with your goals and decisions.
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Report workshop «Advances in Flood Forecasting and the Implications for Risk Management»

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The workshop addressed three main themes: • New approaches to flood forecasting • Aspects of decision-making for flood damage prevention • Communication and acceptance of flood warnings
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Digital publication details: 15 pages.

Acceptance of Open Learning Resources: Perspectives of Higher Education Students in India

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The growing repository of learning resources on the internet provides a ubiquitous opportunity for learning. Worldwide, millions of learners leverage open learning resources (OLRs) to acquire knowledge and skills. Students in academic settings are ardent users of OLRs such as MOOCs and OERs. The purpose of this paper is to identify the factors influencing voluntary acceptance of OLRs by higher education students for complementing learning in the Indian context. The study also proposes a measurement scale for OLRs self-efficacy (OSE). This study extends and validates the innovation diffusion theory (IDT). The integrated research model reflects the effects of relative advantage, compatibility, OSE, subjective norm and facilitating conditions on acceptance of OLRs. Online survey data from 457 technical students in India were used for analysis using structural equation modeling. Results suggest that while relative advantage, compatibility, OSE and the subjective norm significantly...
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Inside Safety Magazine

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Inside Safety June 2013 issue articles include: next gen SMR's has potential to revolutionise the nuclear acceptance, a historic tasmanian beer brewer installs a precise safety solution in its hops room, cowboy fall prevention contract crisis, faster and safer dozer maintenance, a world leader in crane services takes on risk management changes.
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Digital publication details: 40 pages.

Factors that Influence End-Users’ Adoption of Smart Government Services in the UAE: A...

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As mobile government (m-government) services are a new field, there is limited research that identifies the factors that affect the acceptance of smart government (mobile-application-based) services. This study intends to explore the factors that seem to improve end-users’ acceptance of mobile government services. Mobile technologies are one of the pillars of a smart city. Mobile technologies have huge potential to become one of governments’ most effective and efficient tools in offering their services to the public. However, the technologies that are available for use are not fully welcomed by end-users. The key problem associated with the high failure rate of e-government projects is the lack of awareness of the potential factors that may help citizens adopt m-government services. By reviewing the existing work, this paper proposes a framework, as an extension of Davis’s technology acceptance model (1989), to address the factors that influence user acceptance of smart...
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Reviewing the Success of Local Participation in Biosphere Reserve Management

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Effectively recognizing that resident communities possess the right to an active collaborative managerial role as well as a continued restricted use of natural resources is a claim that the Man and the Biosphere Program (MAB) maintains for its biosphere reserves. This paper reviews the potential success of local participation in biosphere reserve management by looking at examples from three different regions of the world. The case studies indicate that successful local acceptance and participation in relation to pressures facing local inhabitants correspond negatively. Adherence of biosphere reserve management to participatory objectives seems more successful where a given reserve’s main purpose imposes less threat to continued livelihoods. Local acceptance and participatory management in biosphere reserves thus appears to have an irregular history of successfully complying with the MAB’s intentions.
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Extending Tam to Information Visualization: A Framework for Evaluation

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Abstract: Studies on the evaluation of information visualization techniques are flourishing, and related methodologies have been discussed in a growing number of recent studies. Yet, these evaluations concentrate mostly on usability measures and cognitive evaluations. In contrast, this contribution focuses on the various factors that drive the adoption of information visualization techniques. The Technology Acceptance Model and the Diffusion of Innovations theory are deployed to develop a framework for ev aluating information visualization adoption. These seminal theories are extended and adapted to Information Visualization, resulting into a framework with three main dimensions: perceived ease of use, perceived usefulness, and perceived authority. The app lication of this theoretically-based evaluation framework is illustrated through positive and negative examples. As many visualization solutions have not achieved a wide use, the question of which factors foster their adoption...
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EDI Quarterly Vol. 5 No. 1 Public Acceptance and the Polish Gas Hub

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The EDI Quarterly is a publication focusing on news from the energy research community presented in an accessible manner for the business community and policy makers. This issue focuses on issues of public acceptance and the Polish gas hub.
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The Acceptance of the e-Filing System by Malaysian Taxpayers: A Simplified Model

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The e-filing system is an important e-government service in Malaysia. This paper investigates the factors that lead to the acceptance of e-filing among taxpayers by using TAM. This study proposes a model consisting of three constructs, which are perceived usefulness, perceived ease of use and perceived risk. The model proposed by this study is a simpler model compared to other studies on e-filing. The confirmatory factor analysis shows that the model is an adequate fit. Based on the data collected from 166 respondents, the results showed that the proposed model explained up to 61% of the variance in behavioral intention. All of the variables significantly influence behavioral intention. The perceived risk construct has a negative association with the perceived usefulness construct. However, there is no significant association between the perceived risk and perceived ease of use constructs.
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