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Computerized Management of Multiple Small Projects

Author : RichardE. Westney
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""This well-organized reference presents complete and explicit instructions on exactly what to do to manage multiple small projects -- using limited resources -- in any industry. The hands-on methods -- derived from proven successes in every type of business -- specifically address the needs of the nonspecialist project manager, and are highly effective for professionals who coordinate multiple projects of any kind.

Managing Multiple Projects

Author : Lowell Dye
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"Details time-efficient and cost-effective strategies to evaluate, select, prioritize, plan, and manage multiple projects. Presents proven methods and practical applications for the development of successful project portfolios and prosperous multiproject environments. Provides useful models and scheduling frameworks for increasecd quality and productivity."

Planning Estimating and Control of Chemical Construction Projects

Author : Pablo F. Navarrete
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Contains added chapters emphasizing the importance of choosing the correct project and defining project goals. Stresses the need for adequate front end loading (FEL) and outlines the responsibility of the venture manager in project selection. Provides updated case studies and examples on technical evaluation criteria, construction progress monitoring, offshore estimating, and more. The authors discuss such topics as initial involvement and plan of action, process design, regulatory compliance, risk analysis, project execution plan/master project schedule, estimating, contracting, detailed engineering, procurement, construction management, project control, contracts administration, communications, and plant start-up.

Project Management

Author : Jack R. Meredith
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As the use of project management to accomplish organisational goals continues to grow, skills related to understanding human behavior, evaluating organisational issues, and using quantitative methods are all necessary for successful project management. Meredith and Mantel have drawn from experiences in the workplace to develop a text that teaches the student how to build skills necessary for selecting, initiating, operating, and controlling all types of projects.

Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering

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New Technical Books

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Managing Projects in Organizations

Author : J. Davidson Frame
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Sound advice for product, engineering, and service-based oganizations Unlike other project management books that focus on engineering and manufacturing settings alone, this resource encompasses product, engineering, and service-based organizations. Plus, it covers important new developments in software, outsourcing, quality, and related issues. Much more than a mere checklist of techniques, Managing Projects in Organizations provides you with a sound, overall methodology for dealing with information-age projects. You get advice on overcoming problems at the organizational, team and individual levels, managing human resources, selecting the best team structure, identifying customer needs, defining project requirements, and managing the inevitable politics every project presents, plus much, much more!

Project Management

Author : Rory Burke
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This book is designed to take you step by step through the latest planning and control techniques. Features include: new chapters on project life cycle and project risk management ; numerous examples and practical exercises ; and coverage of the latest project management software with explanations of the calculations that happen behind the computer screen.

Cost Engineering

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Effective Project Management

Author : Robert K. Wysocki
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A guide to project management describes the traditional approach along with Adaptive and extreme management methods of project management.

Fundamentals of Project Management

Author : Rory Burke
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Fundamentals of Project Management explains how to use the latest project management planning and control tools and techniques used by the planning software, the APM BoK 5ed, the PMBOK 4ed and the unit standards level 4. The text uses plenty of worked examples and exercises to explain how to use all the body of knowledge topics and particularly the Project Management Process, and the Project Management Plan. Target Market: Project managers new to project management who are managing projects of limited complexity. Project team members who are responsible for performing all the calculations, reporting and the administration functions. Contractors, suppliers and consultants who participate in projects. Support Material: An INSTRUCTOR GUIDE and POWERPOINTS SLIDES are available upon request.

Consultants Consulting Organizations Directory

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Creating an Environment for Successful Projects

Author : Robert J. Graham
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This revised edition includes the most current topics that are of interest to project managers such as portfolio management. The book also includes the PEAT tool covered in 'Creating the Project Office' and a new epilogue that provides a case study of anorganization that has used these principles.

Managing Computer Systems in the 21st Century

Author : Robert Cancilla
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This book is intended for business executives and managers responsible for the strategy and direction of their company's IT systems. This may be a board member, the CEO, or other senior executive. It provides a guide to assessing the value and risks of current computer systems, and the value of your current IT staff and organization. It makes recommendations on how to build a long term strategic plan for your enterprise to insure that IT and your systems meet your business objectives and goals.

PM Net Work

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The PM Net Work

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Computer Tools Models and Techniques for Project Management

Author : Adedeji Bodunde Badiru
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Achieving Problem Free Project Management

Author : Sydney F. Love
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A practical guide to managing small- to medium-sized projects. Provides step-by-step procedures on how to complete a project on time, and within budget. Addresses all the major aspects of project management: scheduling, creating and maintaining a budget, monitoring progress, and motivating the project teams. Also shows how to incorporate the use of computers into the project management process. Contains a wealth of examples illustrating these project management techniques in action.

The Software Encyclopedia

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Computer Applications in Sustainable Forest Management

Author : Guofan Shao
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This book is the most comprehensive and up-to-date treatment of computer applications in forestry. It is the first text on software for forest management to emphasize integration of computer applications. It also offers important new insights on how to continue advancing computational technologies in forest management. The authors are internationally-recognized authorities in the subjects presented.