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Project Management

A Problem-Based Approach

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13 November 2012

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An ideal course text that helps students to identify, manage and solve problems that arise during the lifecycle of projects. This problem-based approach encourages students to develop analytical and problem-solving skills...

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An ideal course text that helps students to identify, manage and solve problems that arise during the lifecycle of projects. This problem-based approach encourages students to develop analytical and problem-solving skills and to get a more complete understanding of the factors that contribute to project success.

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Written by a leading project management expert
Practical and comprehensive coverage to support a project management module at any level
A problembased approach that offers a realistic view of the difficulties inherent in managing projects
Provides tools and techniques to help students identify, manage and solve project problems
Enables students to understand potential problems at all stages of the project development process

Preface
PART I: INTRODUCTION
Introduction
Project Management Methodologies and Problem Management
PART II: THE LIFE OF THE PROJECT
Project Identification and Concept
Project Planning
Project Execution
Manage Multiple Projects and Resource Allocation
Project Implementation
PART III: BUSINESS PROBLEMS
Business Units
Business Employees
Business Processes
Business Unit Management
PART IV: MANAGEMENT PROBLEMS
Management
Company Policies and Procedures
Company Organization
PART V: VENDOR PROBLEMS
Vendor
Vendor Management
Vendor Staff
Vendor Methods and Tools
Vendor Work
PART VI: PROJECT PROBLEMS
Single Project
Multiple Projects and the Project Portfolio
Project Leader
Project Team
Risk Management
Project Methods and Tools
Project Plan
PART VII: PROBLEMS RELATED TO GOVERNMENT AND CULTURE
Government Regulation
Country Culture and Society
PART VIII: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROBLEMS
IT Infrastructure
IT Systems
IT Management
IT Staff
IT Methods and Tools
Appendix
Bibliography and References
Web Sites
Index.

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BENNET P. LIENTZ is a Professor of Management at UCLA Anderson School of Management, University of California, Los Angeles, USA.

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BENNET P. LIENTZ is a Professor of Management at UCLA Anderson School of Management, University of California, Los Angeles, USA.

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