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Title: Abstracting Project Activities to Create Generalizable Processes and Workflows
Authors: Vinopal, Jennifer
Keywords: Project Management
Digital Library
Workflows
Issue Date: 5-May-2009
Abstract: This paper, given at the Digital Library Federation's Project Managers' Group meeting on 5/4/2009, explains why it is difficult and inefficient to manage multiple 'one-off' projects. NYU's Digital Library Technology Services is currently working to identify common, core project activities and workflows and to then design tools or processes that can be reused across multiple projects.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2451/28067
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