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                                    This Guest paper is an update of an earlier paper published on the Internet in June 1999.

                                    It was submitted for publication on this web site and is Copyright to M.A. Seely & Q.P. Duong, 2005.
                                    Published here January 2006.

                                    PART I | Lowest Management Level | Expectation of Success
                                    An Extrapolation of the Model | Learning Needs | Conclusion
                                    Authors' Postscript | PART III

                                    Last month in Part I, we described:

                                    This month in Part II of this paper we describe:

                                    And next month in Part III we will follow on with five "Paradoxes":

                                    Lowest Management Level

                                    In the Dynamic Baseline Model ("DBM"), the "Lowest Management Level" (LML) is the control point for a project. It represents the level at which the project must be managed on an ongoing basis in order to deal effectively with the dynamic issues below the "Lowest" Static Baseline.

                                    For a "production" project, the Lowest Management Level (LML) is the supervisor level. A supervisor is the lowest management level with sufficient capacity and authority to deal effectively with a dynamic procedures baseline.

                                    For a "construction" project, the LML is the manager level. A manager is the lowest management level with sufficient capacity and authority to deal effectively with a dynamic design baseline.

                                    For a "development" project, the LML is the director level. A director is the lowest management level with sufficient capacity and authority to deal effectively with a dynamic requirements baseline.

                                    For an "evolutionary" project, the LML is the owner level. The project owner is the lowest management level with sufficient capacity and authority to deal effectively with a dynamic objectives baseline.

                                    PART I  PART I

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