Language : English
Published : 2013-05-01
Pages : 381
Project Management Techniques
Project Management Techniques (College Edition) 2ed is fully updated to include the latest project management processes and methodologies as outlined in the new PMBOK 5ed (2012) and the new APM BoK 6ed (2012). Project Management Techniques for Advanced Project Management courses has been updated to enable the project manager to use the latest planning and control techniques, processes and methodologies to complete their projects successfully. This is often expressed as completing the project deliverables on time, within budget and to the required quality. It is, therefore, essential the project manager understands the features and characteristics of the project management systems approach to be able to manage the process effectively.
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