Project Management: Principles and Practices

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Prentice Hall, 1997 - Business & Economics - 306 pages
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This book is intended to train the readers in basic project management principles for directing the course of a project. The hands-on approach presented in this book takes them through the necessary details for a good understanding of what to expect to complete a successful project. Users of this book will have an understanding, after following through the step-by-step stages, of how to plan and schedule projects. This systematic approach includes the application of project management software.

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Contents

BASIC PRINCIPLES
4
Planning and Scheduling
6
The Project Plan 1
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