Issue V

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Advanced Information Systems Project Management

Volume: 2007, No. V

Date: October 2007

Guest Editors: Julián Marcelo-Cocho, Antonio Teti and José-María Torralba-Martínez 

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Advanced Information Systems Project Management

The papers included in this issue are basically a selection of the presentations delivered at the EMIS-PM, the first European Meeting on Information Systems Project Management, held in Valencia on June 23 and 24 2007 as part of the 4th European and Mediterranean Conference on Information Systems (EMCIS 2007), and sponsored, among others, by CEPIS and ATI. Thanks are due to EMCIS for granting permission to publish these articles in UPGRADE and Novática; especially because these presentations, which are half-way between daily practice and research, are what allow us to entitle this monograph Advanced Information Systems Project Management, a concept which is vital if we are to continue to be successful in meeting objectives to a degree that hitherto seems to have been impossible judging by the scant statistics available to the sector.

The CEPIS News section for this issue is the CEPIS/Harmonise joint newsletter, and the UPgrade European NETwork section includes a paper from Mondo Digitale, the publication of the Italian CEPIS Member society, Associazione Italiana per l'Informatica ed il Calcolo Automatico (AICA).


The following papers are included in this issue:

  • Training ICT for the Recovery of European Economies by Antonio Teti
  • EUCIP Training for ICT Project Managers and Similar Profiles by Luciano D’Amico
  • ICT Project Management Methodology by Marta Fernández-Diego and José-Onofre Montesa-Andrés
  • Benefits of a Structured Methodology in Project Management: How to Manage a Project in a Structured Way with PRINCE2 by Michelangelo Carbone
  • Traditional Price Determinants in Software Projects, with Consideration to Non-Corrective Maintenance by José-María Torralba-Martínez, Marta Fernández-Diego and José Cuenca-Iniesta
  • Classification of Software Project Suppliers’ Expenses Taking into Consideration that the Software is Reusable by José-María Torralba-Martínez, Marta Fernández-Diego and José Cuenca-Iniesta
  • Risks and Project Management by Julián Marcelo-Cocho and Marta Fernández-Diego
  • Driving Projects by their Risks by Julián Marcelo-Cocho
  • Convergence of IT Project Management and Change Management: A Comparative Study by Colin Ash