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Project Management : Processes, Methodologies, and Economics - 2nd edition

Project Management : Processes, Methodologies, and Economics (ISBN10: 0130413313; ISBN13: 9780130413314)
ISBN13: 978-0130413314
ISBN10: 0130413313

Summary: For senior undergraduate courses and first year graduate courses in Project Management found in engineering and business departments.

Centering on theory and practice, this text presents tools and techniques most suited for modern project management. The authors show the relationship between project planning and implementation, from budgeting to scheduling and control. Intended for undergraduate and graduate students in engineering or business, this text is
also a thorough reference for practitioners, managers, engineers and technology experts.

Features
  • NEW - Content changes--Includes a new chapter on the Process Approach to Project Management.
  • NEW - Reorganization--"Life-cycle costing" is discussed after engineering economic analysis, while "project scheduling" has been moved towards the latter part of the text.
  • NEW - Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)--Endorsed by The Project Management Institute, this material is referenced throughout the text.
  • NEW - 30% new or revised problems.
  • NEW - Additional software downloads--Available on the book website.
  • Concise and focused presentation--Easy-to-find central ideas located throughout the text.
  • Analytic techniques--Presents the latest tools and techniques for evaluating and selecting projects.
  • Microsoft project--Includes a CD-ROM with the latest standard software for managing projects.
  • Case study--Builds case studies with continuing compounded information.
  • Engineering economics--Contains fundamental concepts in project management.
  • Discussion questions and exercises--Reinforces key issues in each chapters.
...show more
Summary: For senior undergraduate courses and first year graduate courses in Project Management found in engineering and business departments.

Centering on theory and practice, this text presents tools and techniques most suited for modern project management. The authors show the relationship between project planning and implementation, from budgeting to scheduling and control. Intended for undergraduate and graduate students in engineering or business, this text is also a thorough reference for practitioners, managers, engineers and technology experts.

Features
  • NEW - Content changes--Includes a new chapter on the Process Approach to Project Management.
  • NEW - Reorganization--"Life-cycle costing" is discussed after engineering economic analysis, while "project scheduling" has been moved towards the latter part of the text.
  • NEW - Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)--Endorsed by The Project Management Institute, this material is referenced throughout the text.
  • NEW - 30% new or revised problems.
  • NEW - Additional software downloads--Available on the book website.
  • Concise and focused presentation--Easy-to-find central ideas located throughout the text.
  • Analytic techniques--Presents the latest tools and techniques for evaluating and selecting projects.
  • Microsoft project--Includes a CD-ROM with the latest standard software for managing projects.
  • Case study--Builds case studies with continuing compounded information.
  • Engineering economics--Contains fundamental concepts in project management.
  • Discussion questions and exercises--Reinforces key issues in each chapters.
...show less

Edition/Copyright: 2ND 05
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.
Year Published: 2005
International: No

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