Project Management: Planning and Control Techniques

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Burke Publishing, 2006 - Business & Economics - 375 pages
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This title offers a structured approaching to managing large and small projects. At some point in most projects you need integrated planning and control systems to guide you through a complex flood of data, conflicting problems, creative opportunities and multi-discipline teams. This title is widely used on university degree programmes, executive management trading courses and professional certification (PMP). The text is supported with explanatory explanations, case studies, exercises, worked examples and an Instructor's manual for lecturers.

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I found this book to be very useful in gaining insight into the project management field. Rory's text lays out the information in an easy to follow, logical way. The concepts highlighted in the book are relevant to the practice of Project Management.
I often recommend this text to people who are joining the PM team, or who have expressed an interest in Project Management.
Well worth a read.

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the book is so helpful but it not easily accessible. i like it so much it has been of great help to me.

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About the author (2006)

Burke has a MSc Project Managenment from Henley Management College and Brunel University and degrees in Naval Architecture and Computer Aided Engineering.

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