Peter J. A. Reusch

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This paper focuses on the extension of project procurement concepts and processes with the aim of integrating sustainable procurement into the project management methodology provided by the PMBOK framework. The starting point is to include sustainability into the organisational structure. Subsequently, a bridge is built between the organisations'(More)
In classification systems like eCl@ss[1] the number of classes grows and products like for example, screws are spread across several segments related to selected applications or industries. Entropy functions on test sets are used to calculate the dispersion of products across the classification system. For such dispersed classes the corresponding property(More)
E-learning is one of the pillars of modern higher education and there are many systems that support e-learning and many applications. Today the scope of e-learning goes more and more beyond individual universities. Study programs are often installed in a consortium of cooperating universities. In this case students and staff need access to e-learning(More)
TRIZ - “teoriya resheniya izobretatelskikh zadach” (Russian abbreviation) - the theory of inventive problem solving - is a powerful creativity technique, which was originally applied as an engineering tool, but now is being extended to other areas as management and business. This paper shows how to apply the TRIZ tool - 40 Inventive Principles(More)
Event management is a strong and fast growing profession with a rather low level of standardization. Often we take event management as a part of project management, but we have to consider that event management has very specific concepts and issues, and needs further developed methods and tools. We classify events, we compare project management and event(More)
One essential part of e-business is the exchange of product data between business partners. Classifications have been developed as a means to clearly describe the semantics of product descriptions. They provide schema elements like properties and classes and define their semantics by some formal relationships and some textual (informal) definitions. This(More)