International Journal of Information Systems and Project Management
Project control is a crucial function in project management. Over the years, several best practice standards have been developed to assist project managers in improving project control. The objective of this paper is to compare three prominent best practice models of PMBOK, PRINCE2, and the AACE framework with respect to the core processes of project control. Network analysis is used to achieve this objective. The results show that influential and linkage processes, such as Control quality, Review the stage status, Forecasting, and Change management have the most significant impacts on the complexity of the project control function. This work has the potential to help rethink the project control function by creating a more global view of the most central and critical processes for project control, from which enhancement in the ability to control the project can be drawn.
Perrier, Nathalie; Benbrahim, Salah-Eddine; and Pellerin, Robert
"A comparison of project control standards based on network analysis,"
International Journal of Information Systems and Project Management: Vol. 7:
3, Article 4.
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/ijispm/vol7/iss3/4