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研究生:林怡慧
研究生(外文):Lin, Yihui
論文名稱:使專案管理更加綠色環保
論文名稱(外文):Make Project Management More Green
指導教授:朱文禎朱文禎引用關係蘇俊憲蘇俊憲引用關係
指導教授(外文):Chu, WenchenSu, Chunhsien
口試委員:鄭景華張鳴珊
口試委員(外文):Jheng, JinghuaChang, Mingshan
口試日期:2012-06-22
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:長榮大學
系所名稱:企業管理學系碩士班
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2012
畢業學年度:100
語文別:英文
論文頁數:78
中文關鍵詞:綠色管理專案管理綠色專案管理
外文關鍵詞:Green Management (GM)Project Management (PM)Green Project Management (GPM)
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隨著全球暖化問題日益嚴重,綠色環保意識紛紛受到眾人的注重,不僅各國政府制定相關環保規範外,企業們也紛紛針對綠色管理做進一步的研討;本研究著重針對專案管理提供一個綠色的初步框架,使專案管理在執行過程中更加的綠色環保。研究方法主要使用次級資料收集和以綠色魔法學校為個案,在相關文獻及個案分析下互相探討,使綠色專案管理更加具體化。研究結果顯示,綠色專案管理有機會成為未來企業發展的重要依據,也讓管理邁進一個新的里程碑。
As global warming is becoming a more serious problem, green and environmental conservation concepts are receiving attention from the public. Various governments have established environmental conservation regulations, and corporations have also engaged in further research for green management. This study focuses on project management for a preliminary green framework, so that project management can be greener in the administrative process. This study uses secondary data collection for literature review and the Magic School of Green Technology for case analysis, making green project management more concrete. Research results show that green project management has a chance to become an important basis for future corporate development, allowing management to progress to a new milestone.
Contents:
Acknowledement (in Chinese).......................................................... I
Abstract (in Chinese)................................................................ III
Abstract (in English)................................................................ IV
Contents............................................................................. V
List in Tables....................................................................... VIII
List in Figures...................................................................... IX

Chapter 1 Introduction............................................................... 1
1.1 Research Background and Motivation............................................... 1
1.2 Research Purpose................................................................. 3
1.3 Research Procedure............................................................... 4

Chapter 2 Literature Review.......................................................... 5
2.1 Green Management.................................................................5
2.2 Project Management...............................................................10
2.2.1 Project Life Cycle.............................................................14
2.2.2 Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)...................................14
2.2.3 Project Management Process Groups (PMBOK)......................................16
2.2.4 Project Management Knowledge Areas (PMBOK).....................................18

Chapter 3 Methodology................................................................21
3.1 Research Method..................................................................21
3.1.1 Case Study.....................................................................23
3.2 Research Framework...............................................................26

Chapter 4 Data Analysis and Discussion...............................................28
4.1 Green Project Integration Management............................................. 28
4.1.1 Project Management Process in Initiating Management............................ 29
4.1.2 Result of Green Project Integration Management.................................31
4.2 Green Project Scope Management ...................................................32
4.2.1 Project Management Process in Scope Management................................. 32
4.2.2 Result of Green Project Scope Management....................................... 34
4.3 Green Project Time Management.................................................... 35
4.3.1 Project Management Process in Time Management ..................................35
4.3.2 Result of Green Project Time Management........................................ 36
4.4 Green Project Cost Management.................................................... 36
4.4.1 Project Management Process in Cost Management ..................................36
4.4.2 Result of Green Project Cost Management........................................ 37
4.5 Green Project Quality Management................................................. 38
4.5.1 Project Management Process in Quality Management............................... 38
4.5.2 Result of Green Project Quality Management..................................... 39
4.6 Green Project Human Resource Management.......................................... 40
4.6.1 Project Management Process in Human Resource Management........................ 40
4.6.2 Result of Green Project Human Resource Management.............................. 41
4.7 Green Project Communication Management........................................... 41
4.7.1 Project Management Process in Communication Management......................... 41
4.7.2 Result of Green Project Communication Management............................... 42
4.8 Green Project Risk Management.................................................... 44
4.8.1 Project Management Process in Risk Management ..................................44
4.8.2 Result of Green Project Risk Management........................................ 44
4.9 Green Project Procurement Management............................................. 45
4.9.1 Project Management Process in Procurement Management........................... 45
4.9.2 Result of Green Project Procurement Management................................. 46
4.10 The Preliminary Framework before case study from Green Project Management....... 46
4.11 Case Study to enhanced the Green Project Management Framework................... 48
4.11.1 The Case Study in Green Project Initiating Management......................... 49
4.11.2 The Case Study in Green Project Scope Management.............................. 51
4.11.3 The Case Study in Green Project Time Management............................... 53
4.11.4 The Case Study in Green Project Cost Management............................... 53
4.11.5 The Case Study in Green Project Quality Management............................ 56
4.11.6 The Case Study in Green Project Human Resource Management..................... 58
4.11.7 The Case Study in Green Project Risk Management............................... 59
4.11.8 The Case Study in Green Project Procurement Management........................ 59
4.12 The Preliminary Framework after case study from Green Project Management........ 61

Chapter 5 Conclusion and Suggestion.................................................. 63
5.1 Conclusion....................................................................... 63
5.2 Suggestion....................................................................... 65
5.3 Limitations and Future Research.................................................. 65

References...........................................................................66

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