The use of project management to accomplish the goals of society’s varied organizations continues to grow. Insight into human behavior, knowledge of organizational issues, and skill with quantitative methods are all necessary for successful project management.
Meredith and Mantel have drawn from personal experiences in the workplace to develop a text that teaches the reader how to build upon skills necessary for selecting, initiating, operating, and controlling all types of projects.
Suitable for students and professionals alike, Project Management 7e equips the reader with the tools essential for effective project management.
Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1 Projects in Contemporary Organizations
Chapter 2 Strategic Management and Project Selection
Chapter 3 The Project Manager
Chapter 4 Negotiation and the Management of Conflict
Chapter 5 The Project in the Organizational Structure
Chapter 6 Project Activity Planning
Chapter 7 Budgeting and Cost Estimation
Chapter 8 Scheduling
Chapter 9 Resource Allocation
Chapter 10 Monitoring and Information Systems
Chapter 11 Project Control
Chapter 12 Project Auditing
Chapter 13 Project Termination