Publisher description for Project planning and control / Albert Lester.
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Since the second edition of Project Planning & Control in 1991, major changes have taken place in the way managers approach the problems of planning and control of engineering and industrial projects.
This Third Edition of Project Planning and Control describes the latest project management systems that use critical path methods. A detailed examination of one widely used system illustrates the general characteristics of modern project planning software. Descriptions of Microsoft Project and the Hornet Project Management System are also featured, as well as a discussion of the importance of integrating Network Analysis with Earned Value Analysis (EVA), giving real life examples.
Reviews of previous editions:
"It is an extremely well written and illustrated book that is easy to read. It will be bought and used by a wide range of engineers from students to the qualified, and by a wide range of professions." - Engineering World
"An excellent book… written with wit and clarity, it should be read eagerly by the managing director as well as the engineering trainee" - The Engineer
"Most welcome to students and managers who seek a better understanding of the subject and to sharpen their performance" - The Cost Engineer
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Project management