What Every Engineer Should Know About Project Management, Second EditionCRC Press Fecha de publicación: 14/12/1994 Páginas: 296
Formato: Hardback 229 x 152 mm
Covering the roles and responsibilities of the project manager, What Every Engineer Should Know about Project Management, Second Edition describes requirement specifications, work breakdown structures, project control, and risk management while offering added information on motivation, matrix arrangements, and project records. Discussing the anatomy of a project, planning and control, and techniques, the authors describe the project manager's entire range of responsibilities from initial planning to directing personnel, controlling work, and reporting results. The appendices cover work breakdown structure paradigms, cost versus time profiles, and checklists to assess work done.
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