Project management : (Record no. 8366)

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EWU control number 8366
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010 ## - LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CONTROL NUMBER
LC control number 2011292736
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International Standard Book Number 9780470226216 (hbk.)
International Standard Book Number 0470226218
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Language code of text/sound track or separate title eng
050 00 - LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CALL NUMBER
Classification number HD69.P75
Item number M47 2009
082 04 - DEWEY DECIMAL CLASSIFICATION NUMBER
Classification number 658.404
Author mark and Year MEP 2009
DDC edition 23
100 1# - MAIN ENTRY--PERSONAL NAME
Personal name Meredith, Jack R.
9 (RLIN) 10720
245 10 - TITLE STATEMENT
Title Project management :
Remainder of title a managerial approach /
Statement of responsibility, etc Jack R. Meredith, Samuel J. Mantel, Jr.
250 ## - EDITION STATEMENT
Edition statement 7th ed.
260 ## - PUBLICATION, DISTRIBUTION, ETC. (IMPRINT)
Place of publication, distribution, etc Hoboken, NJ :
Name of publisher, distributor, etc Wiley & Sons,
Date of publication, distribution, etc 2009.
300 ## - PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION
Extent xv, 587 p. :
Other physical details ill. ;
Dimensions 27 cm.
500 ## - GENERAL NOTE
General note Includes website password.
504 ## - BIBLIOGRAPHY, ETC. NOTE
Bibliography, etc Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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Contents note CHAPTER 1: Projects in Contemporary Organizations.1.1 The Definition of a "Project".1.2 Why Project Management?1.3 The Project Life Cycle.1.4 The Structure of This Text.DIRECTED READING: Lessons for an Accidental Profession.PART I: PROJECT INITIATION.CHAPTER 2: Strategic Management and Project Selection.2.1 Project Management Maturity.2.2 Project Selection and Criteria of Choice.2.3 The Nature of Project Selection Models.2.4 Types of Project Selection Models.2.5 Analysis under Uncertainty-The Management of Risk.2.6 Comments on the Information Base for Selection.2.7 Project Portfolio Process.2.8 Project Proposals.CASE: Pan Europa Foods S.A.DIRECTED READING: From Experience: Linking Projects to Strategy.CHAPTER 3: The Project Manager.3.1 Project Management and the Project Manager.3.2 Special Demands on the Project Manager.3.3 Selecting the Project Manager.3.4 Problems of Cultural Differences.3.5 Impact of Institutional Environments.3.6 Multicultural Communications and Managerial Behavior.CASE: The National Jazz Hall of Fame.DIRECTED READING: What It Takes to Be a Good Project Manager.CHAPTER 4: Negotiation and the Management of Conflict.4.1 The Nature of Negotiation.4.2 Partnering, Chartering, and Scope Change.4.3 Conflict and the Project Life Cycle.4.4 Some Requirements and Principles of Negotiation.DIRECTED READING: Methods of Resolving Interpersonal Conflict.CHAPTER 5: The Project in the Organizational Structure.5.1 The Project as Part of the Functional Organization.5.2 Pure Project Organization.5.3 The Matrix Organization.5.4 Mixed Organizational Systems.5.5 Choosing an Organizational Form.5.6 Two Special Cases-Risk Management and the Project Office.5.7 The Project Team.5.8 Human Factors and the Project Team.CASE: Oilwell Cable Company, Inc.DIRECTED READING: The Virtual Project: Managing Tomorrow's Team Today.PART II: PROJECT PLANNING.CHAPTER 6: Project Planning.6.1 Initial Project Coordination and the Project Plan.6.2 Systems Integration.6.3 The Action Plan.6.4 The Work Breakdown Structure and Linear Responsibility Chart.6.5 Interface Coordination through Integration Management.CASE: A Project Management and Control System for Capital Projects.DIRECTED READING: Planning for Crises in Project Management.CHAPTER 7: Budgeting and Cost Estimation.7.1 Estimating Project Budgets.7.2 Improving the Process of Cost Estimation.CASE: Automotive Builders, Inc.: The Stanhope Project.DIRECTED READING: Three Perceptions of Project Cost.CHAPTER 8: Scheduling.8.1 Background.8.2 Network Techniques: PERT (ADM) and CPM (PDM).8.3 Risk Analysis Using Simulation with Crystal Ball.8.4 Using these Tools.CASE: The Sharon Construction Corporation.CHAPTER 9: Resource Allocation.9.1 Critical Path Method-Crashing a Project.9.2 The Resource Allocation Problem.9.3 Resource Loading.9.4 Resource Leveling.9.5 Constrained Resource Scheduling.9.6 Multiproject Scheduling and Resource Allocation.9.7 Goldratt's Critical Chain.CASE: D.U. Singer Hospital Products Corp.PART III: PROJECT EXECUTION.CHAPTER 10: Monitoring and Information Systems.10.1 The Planning-Monitoring-Controlling Cycle.10.2 Information Needs and Reporting.10.3 Earned Value Analysis.10.4 Computerized PMIS (Project Management Information Systems).CASE: The Project Manager/Customer Interface.CHAPTER 11: Project Control.11.1 The Fundamental Purposes of Control.11.2 Three Types of Control Processes.11.3 The Design of Control Systems.11.4 Control: A Primary Function of Management.11.5 Control of Change and Scope Creep.CASE: Peerless Laser Processors.CHAPTER 12: Project Auditing.12.1 Purposes of Evaluation-Goals of the System.12.2 The Project Audit.12.3 Construction and Use of the Audit Report.12.4 The Project Audit Life Cycle.12.5 Some Essentials of an Audit/Evaluation.12.6 Measurement.CASE: Theater High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD).DIRECTED READING: An Assessment of PostProject Reviews.CHAPTER 13: Project Termination.13.1 The Varieties of Project Termination.13.2 When to Terminate a Project.13.3 The Termination Process.13.4 The Final Report-A Project History.
Title Table of contents
520 ## - SUMMARY, ETC.
Summary, etc Insight into human behavior, knowledge of organizational issues, and skill with quantitative methods are all necessary for successful project management. This book teaches the reader how to build upon skills necessary for selecting, initiating, operating, and controlling various types of projects.
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Program name Business Administration
650 #0 - SUBJECT ADDED ENTRY--TOPICAL TERM
Topical term or geographic name Project management.
9 (RLIN) 22328
700 1# - ADDED ENTRY--PERSONAL NAME
Personal name Mantel, Samuel J.
9 (RLIN) 10722
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Materials Specified Ebook Fulltext
Uniform Resource Identifier http://lib.ewubd.edu/ebook/8366
Materials Specified WorldCat details
Uniform Resource Identifier https://www.worldcat.org/title/project-management-a-managerial-approach/oclc/863208677&referer=brief_results
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