Project Estimating and Cost Management

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Management Concepts, 2002 - Business & Economics - 121 pages
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Improve the accuracy of project estimates and make better in-progress modifications by following the discipline-independent approach mapped out in this book. Learn the best ways to apply new tools, including a breakdown structure for both work and resources and proven estimating models. In addition, you'll gain insights into best practices for progress monitoring and cost management, as well as for dealing effectively with external projects.

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Parviz F. Rad, Ph.D. is the Distinguished Service Professor and Director of the Graduate Project Management Program at the Stevens Institute of Technology. A noted author and lecturer, he is the editor of The Project Management Journal.

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