Project Management

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Gower, 2007 - Business & Economics - 520 pages
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Dennis Lock's masterly exposition of the principles and practice of project management has been pre-eminent in its field for four decades. It was among the very few early books to treat project management holistically, rather than as a collection of separate techniques. It thus explains the entire project management process in great detail, demonstrating techniques ranging from the simplest of charts to sophisticated computer applications. Everything is reinforced throughout with case examples and diagrams.

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The Author Dennis Lock’ s industrial experience ranges from the manufacture of subminiature electronic assemblies to heavy engineering and mining projects. He has written or edited many other Gower books, including Gower Handbook of Project Management and Gower Handbook of Quality Management.

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