Project Management: A Managerial Approach ePub download
by Samuel J. Mantel Jr.,Jack R. Meredith
- ISBN: 0471016268
- ISBN13: 978-0471016267
- ePub: 1485 kb | FB2: 1729 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Management & Leadership
- Publisher: Wiley; 3 edition (December 30, 1994)
- Pages: 784
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 226
- Format: mobi txt doc lrf
Project management can seem like an impossible task-things rarely go as planned.
Project management can seem like an impossible task-things rarely go as planned. To manage a project, you need insight into human behavior, knowledge of organizational issues, and skill with quantitative methods.
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Using these projects and the selection models, choose the best career for you. Career – Actress/ Actor Career – Teacher Career – Small Business Entrepreneur Career – Senior Manager at a Large Global Organization Career – Project Manager 12 Important: Don’t jump to conclusions or preconceived notions.
Project Management provides a robust grounding in essentials of the field using a managerial approach to both .
Project Management provides a robust grounding in essentials of the field using a managerial approach to both fundamental concepts and real-world practice. Designed for business students, this text follows the project life cycle from beginning to end to demonstrate what successful project management looks like on the ground.
Release Date: August 2011.
Project Management: A Managerial Approach 5E addresses project management from a management perspective rather than a cookbook, special area treatise, or collection of loosely associated articles. The book is primarily intended for use as a college textbook for teaching project management at the advanced undergraduate or master's level. The text is appropriate for classes on the management of service, product, engineering projects, as well as information systems (IS). Thus, we have included some coverage of material concerning information systems and how IS projects differ from and are similar to regular business projects.
The authors managerial perspective addresses the basic nature of managing all types of projects as well as the specific techniques and insights required for selecting, initiating, executing, and evaluating those projects.
Written from a managerial perspective, the text equips you with the quantitative skills, knowledge of organizational issues, and insights into human behavior that you need to do project management effectively. Know how to respond when things don't fall into place. Skydiving has its inherent risks. Even though a professional team, like the one depicted on the cover, can make skydiving seem perfectly choreographed; there are always uncertainties.