The Essentials of Project Management

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Nature release THE ESSENTIALS OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT SECOND EDITION The Essentials of Project Management Second Edition Dennis Lock Gower O Dennis Lock 2001 A l rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, l stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the permission of the publisher. First published 1996 This edition published by Gower Publishing Limited Gower House Croft Road Aldershot Hampshire G u l l 3HR England Gower Publishing Company 131 Main Street Burlington VT 05401-5600 USA Dennis Lock has asserted his right under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 to be identified as the author…show more content…
ing quality and progress -Vendors ' documents Shipping, port and customs formalities 10 Cost management 183 A checklist of cost management factors - Cost budgets Purchased materials, equipment and servicesMilestone analysis- A simple performance analysis method for design engineering - An outline of earned value analysis- Effect of modifications on earned value analysis- The project ledger concept - Predicting profitability for a project - Post-mortem 11 Changes 209 Classification of changes - Authorizationarrangements -Registrationand progressing -Formal procedures for external change requests- Formal procedure for internal change requests- Design freeze- The interchangeability rule - Emergency modifications 12 Managing progress Project progressingas a closed loop control system Progress monitoring and schedule updating - When the news is bad - Corrective measures - Progress meetings - Project progress reports - Project closure 225 Select bibliography Index List of figures The essential processesof project management The process of project definition Part of a project definition checklist A functional matrix for a single project i a n manufacturingcompany Matrix organization for several simultaneous projects in a manufacturingcompany Matrix organization for a company engineering petrochemical, mining or large construction projects Project team organization Project team versus balanced matrix A hybrid organization A project with more than one project manager
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