Talk:Using the bowtie method to evaluate the risks in a construction project

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Dear Filip, Thanks for being on time with the delivery. The topic is interesting. Try and be more explicit regarding the relevance for project / program / portfolio managers. We are not writing the article for professionals in general, but for this specific target group. I noticed that another person is writing in regards to constructions. Even if the other topic is "LAST PLANNER SYSTEM" , try to focus your article in a specific direction.

Sharpen the focus. At the end, you will get most points for an "applicable" article, where you discuss a particular approach to the point where a reader can use it (ideally with templates and examples). A general "overview discussion" should briefly happen in the introduction, so the reader understands the context, but this should not be the entire article.

Provide examples or a case study to be make ur article more personal.

Good flow.

A suggestion that I give to all students is to be critical. At the end of the article give ur own idea about it. Explain pro and cons and find literature about it to prove your thesis.


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