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Critical Chain Project Management (CCPM) has emerged in the last few years as a novel approach for managing projects. In this paper we analyze the principles, assumptions and techniques of CCPM in the light of their contribution to project management practice and to project success. We start with a brief review of the key elements of CCPM that pertain to… (More)
Patient falls affect the cost and quality of patient care in hospitals. Published studies of risk factors for patient falls are inconsistent and often methodologically weak. Existing programs of patient risk assessment rely on large sets of patient characteristics, not all of which may be necessary. This article describes an information-theoretic technique… (More)
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1 We present and compare nine major standards for risk management, in terms of their scope, process steps and specific emphasis. We discuss their commonalities and differences, point out how they complement each other, and draw conclusions for future standards work in the risk management area.