A Guide to Project Management

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Juta and Company Ltd, Jun 1, 2008 - Business & Economics - 173 pages
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Intended for those new to project management as well as professionals wanting to improve their skills, this invaluable resource introduces fundamental concepts, presents necessary organizational skills, and explores the use of technology in the field of project management. The life cycle of the project management process is clearly outlined, including sample stages, sub-processes, tasks, and jobs, supported by accessible definitions, examples, words of warning, and cases with context. The included CD offers additional charts, reading materials, and links to online resources.

 

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Contents

PROJECT MANAGEMENT
35
ORGANISATIONAL ARRANGEMENTS
61
PROJECT MANAGEMENT
95
APPLIED TECHNOLOGY
124
REFERENCES
157
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About the author (2008)

William Fox is an honorary business professor at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology, where he teaches research methodology to fourth-year students and supervises both master's and doctoral students. Gerrit van der Waldt is an established researcher and program leader affiliated with the department of public management and governance at North-West University in Potchefstroom, South Africa. He is author and coauthor of 20 textbooks and has published more than 15 scholarly articles in accredited journals.

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