Project management: A managerial approach. DuPont de Nemours, the well- known USbased company, is styled in the book as the much more poetic E.I. Project management: a managerial approach / Jack R. Meredith, Samuel J. of project management is the use of projects as a way of accomplishing organiza-. Project Management provides a robust grounding in essentials of the field using a managerial approach to both fundamental concepts and real-world practice.
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The use of projects and project management continues to grow in our society and its orga- This managerial perspective is the view we have taken here. 𝗣𝗗𝗙 | On Jan 1, , Jack R. Meredith and others published Project Management: A Managerial Approach. A guide to the project management body of knowledge (PMBOK® guide). -- Fifth edition. pages cm A Guide t Project Management: A Systems Approach to.
About the Author Jack R. A Managerial Approach, 10th Edition. Returning user. Avot is too meager. The task of the project manager to handle change is introduced throughout the text with references to the organizational, interpersonal, economic, and technical glitches that create crises in the life cycle of every project. Old Password. Enter your email address below and we will send you your username.
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Evaluation Copy Request an Evaluation Copy. Shafer ISBN: Designed for project management courses for business students, Project Management: A Managerial Approach, 9th Edition guides students through all facets of the steps needed to successfully manage a project. Student View Student Companion Site. Inspect it and if you think it is for you, pay for it. Try it; you might like it. Anton K. Meredith and Samuel J.
This is a textbook. Formatted into 13 chapters and two appendices, the beak is not just a text but an anthology around the project mana. To further fortify the impression of anthology - a series of readings related by some theme - nine of the chapters are supplemented by ciassic readings and essays. While the readings have the incidental effect of padding this text, they do bring back original thinking, such as John M.
Each chapter, still staying with the anthology format, is supplemented by its own, separate bibliography. Some references are virtually useless.
Yet, the authors completely ignore the recent and excellent book on project management by Burrill and Ellsworth and give little mention to the even more important works of Kerzner and Thamhain. There is more discussion material.
At least three chapters contain case histories for discussion. Is there a substantial content to this book? Yes and, unfortunately, no.
To the reader who is not a classroom student, the book should be a source for project management considerations. Meredith and Mantel have put together an astounding amount of project organization information, a subject we all need to know more about.
There is, for instance, a detailed section on methods of assigning project reponsibility. This part includes explicit, how-to charts.
There is equally useful material on project matrix teams. Chapter Five is essentially given to this important subject. Throughout most of the book there is equally heavy emphasis on numerical methods.