Nelson Higher Education

Higher Education

Project Management, 4th Edition

  • Jeffrey Haynes
  • ISBN-10: 1426018568
  • ISBN-13: 9781426018565
  • 0 Pages | Paperback
  • Previous Editions: 2002
  • COPYRIGHT: 2010 Published
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About the Product

Build a building. Develop software. Relocate your office. Whatever initiative you need to accomplish, the proven principles of Project Management will help you achieve success. Developed as a discipline during the U.S. space program, today Project Management helps businesses and their leaders identify and leverage the talent, facilities, techniques and finances to achieve their objectives.

Table of Contents

Part One: Project Management Concepts
Chapter 1: Project Management Basics
Chapter 2: The Project Life Cycle
Chapter 3: Project Parameters
Chapter 4: Project Management Software
Chapter 5: Common Terms and Abbreviations
Chapter 6: Part Summary

Part Two: Defining the Project
Chapter 7: The Origin of Projects
Chapter 8: Getting Underway: Action Items
Chapter 9: Testing Your Preliminary Strategy
Chapter 10: Part Summary

Part Three: Planning the Project
Chapter 11: Planning the Three Project Dimensions
Chapter 12: Planning the Quality Dimension
Chapter 13: Planning the Time Dimension
Chapter 14: Planning the Cost Dimension
Chapter 15: Assigning Responsibility
Chapter 16: Part Summary

Part Four: Implementing the Plan
Chapter 17: The Implementation Phase
Chapter 18: Controlling Work in Progress
Chapter 19: Providing Feedback
Chapter 20: Negotiating for Resources
Chapter 21: Ten Guidelines for Effective Negotiation
Chapter 22: Resolving Differences
Chapter 23: Communicating
Chapter 24: Part Summary

Part Five: Completing the Project
Chapter 25: Bringing the Project to a Successful Conclusion
Chapter 26: Project Management in a Nutshell
Chapter 27: Part Summary