Project Management in Engineering and Technology
High Technology companies are always confronted by a number of competing proposals for introduction of new products. Proposals are judged on potential market size, engineering resources required, competition, risks, capital requirements, and the need for ensuring a cost effective manufacturing operation to name a few. This paper helps the reader understand the factors involved in project selection and determine the optimum number of projects for a company.
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Fischer, Greg; Kale, Vidya; and Narkiewicz, Andy, "Selection of Projects for New Product Introduction in High Technology Companies" (1996). Engineering and Technology Management Student Projects. 1770.