Project Management

Project Management (11)

  • Project Management Planning and Control

    By Albert Lester The book, in short, deals with real problems and their real solutions. It is therefore recommended both to students who seek to understand the subject and to managers who wish to sharpen their performance

  • Organizational project management methodologies

    By Jouko Vaskimo This research investigates organizational project management methodologies – structured collections of project management knowledge and experience – by focusing on their structures and contents, and the specific reasons why organizations use them.


    By Garold D. Oberlender, This book presents the principles and techniques of managing engineering and construction projects from the conceptual phase, through design and construction, to completion. It emphasizes project management during the early stages of project development because the ability to influence the quality, cost, and schedule of a project can best be achieved during the early stages of development.


    By ERIC VERZUH This book is intended for the leaders of this emerging entity known as the project-based organization. CIOs, department managers, program managers, and senior project managers being challenged to implement project management—to formalize the processes of managing projects—will find strategies and standards for leveraging the proven discipline of project management.

  • Effective Project Management

    By Robert K. Wysocki The discussions in the book is devoted to the adaptive and extreme approaches to project management. These discussions are new in the third edition. The part devoted to the adaptive approach is totally new.

  • Project Management Professional

    By Element K Corporation This is a manual for Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification

  • The New Project Management: Tools for an Age of Rapid Change, Complexity, and Other Business Realities

    By J. Davidson Frame The New Project Management was written for men and women working in a broad range of fields who find themselves struggling to manage projects in a chaotic world.

  • Supply Chain Project Management

    By James B. Ayers Achieving supply chain transformation requires inspiration and perspiration. “Structured, collaborative, and measurable”—terms in the subtitle of this book— are undoubtedly virtues worth pursuing. But, in a supply chain world, how? This book addresses that question.

  • Engineering Project Management (Second Edition)

    By Nigel J. Smith This book talks about the aim of project management built upon best practices


    By FDOT This Project Management Handbook provides guidelines and recommended practices for both FDOT and consultant Project Managers. This comprehensive resource covers all FDOT project phases, from planning to maintenance, and is a platform to obtain more information concerning your area of concern.

  • Project Management (Ninth Edition)

    By Dennis Lock The general balance of the book has changed slightly to include more on management change and IT projects, against which there is now slightly less emphasis on manufacturing projects and production operations.