Project Management : Engineering, Technology and Implementation: International Edition
For courses in Project Management in Engineering or Business Schools.This thorough and practical treatment of the engineering and managerial issues surrounding project management gives managers, engineers and technology experts a larger appreciation of their roles by 1) defining a common terminology, 2) explaining the interfaces between the different disciplines involved, and 3) teaching the techniques commonly used in the planning and execution of modern projects.
- Mixed media product | 656 pages
- 176 x 235 x 31mm | 964g
- 01 Dec 1993
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
1. Introduction. 2. Engineering Economic Analysis. 3. Project Screening and Selection. 4. Multiple-Criteria Methods for Evaluation. 5. Structuring the Project: Organizational Structure and Work Breakdown Structure. 6. Technological Aspect: Configuration Selection, Management and Control. 7. Project Scheduling. 8. Project Budget. 9. Resource Management. 10. Life-Cycle Costing. 11. Project Control. 12. Research and Development Projects. 13. Computer Support for Project Management. 14. Project Termination. Appendix: Short Guide to SuperProject Expert. Index.