Project management in theory and practice
Project Management in Theory and Practice simplifies and clarifies the process of project management.
The reader is led step by step through a project based on a straightforward, illustrative model. The book provides easy-to-follow case studies and exercises that present examples of structured project management. The accompanying forms for project documentation and the in-depth descriptions of project-management tools enable the reader to build up an overview of the various processes involved in a project:
Organisation ? Planning ? Implementation ? Wrapping up ? Reporting ? Evaluation
Project Management in Theory and Practice is useful both as teaching material and as a reference book for ongoing business projects.
The book explains project-management theories and requires prior knowledge of organisation and management.
Project Management in Theory and Practice caters to both business readers and students in shorter-cycle higher education, where it can also be used for important final assignments.