Project Management presents the basics of one-off project management in an easy to follow format. Topics covered include
dealing with outside consultants dealing with technical specialists getting the job done on time and in budget how to own and control a project when to delegate differences between general management and project management
Designed for managers who need to get up to speed with project management skills quickly and easily without being overwhelmed by technical detail, Project Management is ideal for anyone who is faced with a one-off project that is not just ¦business as usual¦.
. Explains the differences between general management and project management
- Brings project management off the construction site and into the office
- Written from an ordinary manager's perspective rather than the IT project
company executives, p/g students
Definitions & Who is involved; General management techniques; Project management techniques ;Critical Project management functions; Project life cycle management; Project sequence capability; Impact of project management on organisations
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1998
- 14th January 1998
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Senior lecturer at the Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, UTS, and developer of a masters program in PM at UTS.He is presently teaching project management at the University of Technology, Sydney, and has extensive project management and consulting experience.