This book provides a comprehensive survey of the issues involved in initiating, securing and accomplishing any project and will answer key questions, such as: How did the discipline grow? What do we mean by 'project management'? What lessons have been learned - often painfully? And, how can past experiences be distilled into practical advice for those who wish to create and implement successful projects?"The management of projects" examines in detail, the experience gained, and lessons to be learned, from the management of projects over the past 50 years and will provide you with a record of the seminal events and documents in the development of the modern practice of the management of projects: a detailed picture of how project management is and has been practised in different industries, countries and cultures; a sense of the drama and excitement of the real world of projects; international perspective of the discipline; a model of best practice; and, a vision of how the discipline will evolve over the next decade or so.
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Descripción Thomas Telford Ltd, 1994. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P11072771693X