Project Management: Processes, Methodologies, and Economics
Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005 - Business & Economics - 668 pages
Centering on theory and practice, this book presents tools and techniques most suited for modern project management. From budgeting to scheduling and control, the authors show the relationship between project planning and implementation. Expands analytic techniques using the latest standard software. Contains fundamental concepts in project management. Builds case studies with continuing compounded information. For those interested in learning more about project management and as a reference for managers, engineers and technology experts.
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One of the best books on Project Management I've ever read. This book provides a good general understanding of every aspect of the profession. I would place this book at a high undergraduate level or early graduate level. The terms are simple enough that anybody can use and understand the material.