Project Planning and Scheduling

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Management Concepts Inc., 2002 - Business & Economics - 102 pages
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This is the only book that makes all planning methods and tools available to project managers at all levels easy to understand ... and use. Instead of applying techniques piecemeal, you'll take a cohesive, step-by-step approach to improve strategic and operational planning and scheduling throughout the organization. You'll master advanced scheduling techniques and tools such as strategic planning models and critical chain and enterprise project management. Includes time-and-error-saving checklists.

Table of Contents
Introduction to Project Planning and Scheduling
Concepts and Tools of Planning and Scheduling 
Steps in Project Planning and Scheduling 
Advanced Planning and Scheduling Considerations 
Summary and Checklist

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Gregory T. Haugan, Ph.D., PMP, is a PM system application and implementation expert with over 40 years of experience as a consultant and in government and private-sector positions. Vice President with GLH, Incorporated, he specializes in management consulting and training.

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