The New Project Management: Tools for an Age of Rapid Change, Complexity, and Other Business Realities

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J. DAVIDSON FRAME is academic dean at the University of Management and Technology (www.umtweb.edu), where he runs graduate programs in project management. Prior to joining the UMT faculty in 1998, he was on the faculty of the George Washington University, where he established the university's project management program and served as chairman of the Management Science Department and director of the Program on Science, Technology, and Innovation. Since 1990, he has also served as director of the Project Management Certification Program and director of Educational Services at the Project Management Institute. Before entering academia, he was vice president of Computer Horizons, Inc., and manager of its Washington office. While there, he managed more than two dozen Information Age projects. Since 1983, he has conducted project management seminars throughout the United States and abroad. About thirty thousand project professionals have attended these seminars.

Frame earned his bachelor of arts degree (1967) in history at the College of Wooster and his master of arts (1969) and doctor of philosophy degrees (1976) in international relations at the American University, focusing primarily on econometrics and economic development. In recent years, Frame's research has concentrated on the effective specification of needs and requirements. He has written more than forty articles and five books, including Project Management Competence (Jossey-Bass, 1999) and Managing Projects in Organizations (second edition, Jossey-Bass, 1995).

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