Project Management, Planning and Control
Managing Engineering, Construction and Manufacturing Projects to PMI, APM and BSI StandardsBy
- Albert Lester, Qualifications: CEng, FICE, FIMech.E, FIStruct.E, FAPM, Project management consultant and Honorary Fellow of the Association for Project Management, UK.
Focused on the skills you need as a project manager in an engineering or technical context,
Project and contract managers, planning engineers and program managers in the engineering, construction and manufacturing sectors; Those studying for professional project management qualifications through the PMI and APM; Students on project management courses as part of broader undergraduate and graduate programs.
Paperback, 512 Pages
Published: November 2013
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
- Project definition Project management Program management Project environment Business case Investment appraisal Stakeholder analysis Project success criteria Organization structures; Organizational roles Project life cycle Work breakdown structures Planning blocks and subdivision of blocks Estimating Project management plan Risk management Quality management Change management Configuration management Basic network principles Analysis types Precedence diagrams Lester diagram Float Milestones and line of balance Simple examples Progress reporting Project management and planning Network applications outside the construction industry Resource loading Cash flow forecasting Cost control and EVA Control graphs and reports Procurement Value management Health and safety and environment; Information management Communication Team building Leadership Negotiation Conflict management and dispute resolution Project close-out and hand over Project close-out report and review Worked examples Appendices