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The Resource Industrial Project Management : International Standards and Best Practices for Engineering and Construction Contracting, Stefano Tonchia ; foreword by Russell D. Archibald, (electronic book)

Industrial Project Management : International Standards and Best Practices for Engineering and Construction Contracting, Stefano Tonchia ; foreword by Russell D. Archibald, (electronic book)

Label
Industrial Project Management : International Standards and Best Practices for Engineering and Construction Contracting
Title
Industrial Project Management
Title remainder
International Standards and Best Practices for Engineering and Construction Contracting
Statement of responsibility
Stefano Tonchia ; foreword by Russell D. Archibald
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This rigorously academic book describes - in a precise but practical way - the most recent principles and techniques of project management, at the highest international standards, with a fully company-wide, process-based, multi-project approach
Member of
Cataloging source
N$T
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Tonchia, Stefano
Dewey number
658.404
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
HD69.P75
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Management for professionals
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  • Project management
  • Construction contracts
  • Product design
Label
Industrial Project Management : International Standards and Best Practices for Engineering and Construction Contracting, Stefano Tonchia ; foreword by Russell D. Archibald, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Foreword; Contents; About the Author; Part I: Project Management: Fundamentals and Perspectives; 1: Introduction; 2: The International Standards of Project Management; 2.1 Project Management for Business Results; 2.2 PM International References; 2.3 PM as an International Standard: PMBOK and ISO 21500; 2.4 New Perspectives on Project Management; 2.5 Agile Project Management; 3: The Project Management Process; 3.1 Project Management: A Process-Based Approach; 3.2 Operations Management and Project Management; 3.3 Types of Projects; 3.4 Managing Innovation; References
  • Part II: Engineering and Construction Projects4: Management of Contract Work; 4.1 Legal Aspects and Contract Administration; 4.2 Types of Contract Work; 4.3 The Life Cycle of Contract Work Orders; 4.4 The Organization of ETO/ECC Companies; 4.5 From Engineering to Manufacturing and Construction; 5: Product Design; 5.1 Delivering a New Product; 5.2 The Stages of NPD; 5.3 Managing NPD; 5.4 Platform Management; References; 6: Service Design; 6.1 The Quality of Service; 6.2 Designing Service Content; 6.3 Designing Service Delivery; 6.4 Process-Based Service Improvement; References
  • Part III: Project Scope and Structuring7: Managing a Project; 7.1 Project Charter; 7.2 Project Scope; 7.3 Breakdown Structures: WBS; 7.4 Project Planning and Control; 8: Project Strategy Management; 8.1 Strategic Planning; 8.2 Project Management Strategies; 8.3 Project Management Performances; References; 9: Project Quality Management; 9.1 Designing with the Customers; 9.2 Designing with the Suppliers; 9.3 Design for Manufacturability; 9.4 Reducing Variety; 9.5 Simultaneous Engineering; 9.6 Reverse Engineering; References; Part IV: Managing Projectś Variables; 10: Project Time Management
  • 10.1 Time Representation: Gantt Chart and Network Diagram10.2 Network Techniques: CPM, MPM, PERT, GERT, VERT; 10.3 CPM: Activity Scheduling and Float Analysis; References; 11: Project Organization and Resource Management; 11.1 Company-Wide Project Management; 11.2 Organizational Structures for Project Management; 11.3 The Role of Project Manager; 11.4 The Profession of Project Manager; 11.5 Projectś Work Loading; References; 12: Project Communication; 12.1 Communication Management; 12.2 Project Leadership; 12.3 Project Teamworking; 12.4 Definition of Responsibilities
  • 12.5 Meeting Management and Project Reporting12.6 Conflict Management; 13: Project Cost Management and Finance; 13.1 Types of Project Costs; 13.2 Cost Estimating and Project Budget Calculation; 13.3 Cost Budgeting: Budget Breakdown Structure, Baseline, Cost Accounts; 13.4 Cost Control and Variance Analysis; 13.5 Capital Budgeting: Analysis and Evaluation of an Investment Project; 13.6 Project Financing; Reference; Part V: From Single to Multi-Project Management; 14: Portfolio Management; 14.1 Managing Project Portfolio; 14.2 The Project Management Office (PMO); 14.3 The 3̀̀R ́́Matrix
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783662563274
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • on1032070733
  • (OCoLC)1032070733
Label
Industrial Project Management : International Standards and Best Practices for Engineering and Construction Contracting, Stefano Tonchia ; foreword by Russell D. Archibald, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Foreword; Contents; About the Author; Part I: Project Management: Fundamentals and Perspectives; 1: Introduction; 2: The International Standards of Project Management; 2.1 Project Management for Business Results; 2.2 PM International References; 2.3 PM as an International Standard: PMBOK and ISO 21500; 2.4 New Perspectives on Project Management; 2.5 Agile Project Management; 3: The Project Management Process; 3.1 Project Management: A Process-Based Approach; 3.2 Operations Management and Project Management; 3.3 Types of Projects; 3.4 Managing Innovation; References
  • Part II: Engineering and Construction Projects4: Management of Contract Work; 4.1 Legal Aspects and Contract Administration; 4.2 Types of Contract Work; 4.3 The Life Cycle of Contract Work Orders; 4.4 The Organization of ETO/ECC Companies; 4.5 From Engineering to Manufacturing and Construction; 5: Product Design; 5.1 Delivering a New Product; 5.2 The Stages of NPD; 5.3 Managing NPD; 5.4 Platform Management; References; 6: Service Design; 6.1 The Quality of Service; 6.2 Designing Service Content; 6.3 Designing Service Delivery; 6.4 Process-Based Service Improvement; References
  • Part III: Project Scope and Structuring7: Managing a Project; 7.1 Project Charter; 7.2 Project Scope; 7.3 Breakdown Structures: WBS; 7.4 Project Planning and Control; 8: Project Strategy Management; 8.1 Strategic Planning; 8.2 Project Management Strategies; 8.3 Project Management Performances; References; 9: Project Quality Management; 9.1 Designing with the Customers; 9.2 Designing with the Suppliers; 9.3 Design for Manufacturability; 9.4 Reducing Variety; 9.5 Simultaneous Engineering; 9.6 Reverse Engineering; References; Part IV: Managing Projectś Variables; 10: Project Time Management
  • 10.1 Time Representation: Gantt Chart and Network Diagram10.2 Network Techniques: CPM, MPM, PERT, GERT, VERT; 10.3 CPM: Activity Scheduling and Float Analysis; References; 11: Project Organization and Resource Management; 11.1 Company-Wide Project Management; 11.2 Organizational Structures for Project Management; 11.3 The Role of Project Manager; 11.4 The Profession of Project Manager; 11.5 Projectś Work Loading; References; 12: Project Communication; 12.1 Communication Management; 12.2 Project Leadership; 12.3 Project Teamworking; 12.4 Definition of Responsibilities
  • 12.5 Meeting Management and Project Reporting12.6 Conflict Management; 13: Project Cost Management and Finance; 13.1 Types of Project Costs; 13.2 Cost Estimating and Project Budget Calculation; 13.3 Cost Budgeting: Budget Breakdown Structure, Baseline, Cost Accounts; 13.4 Cost Control and Variance Analysis; 13.5 Capital Budgeting: Analysis and Evaluation of an Investment Project; 13.6 Project Financing; Reference; Part V: From Single to Multi-Project Management; 14: Portfolio Management; 14.1 Managing Project Portfolio; 14.2 The Project Management Office (PMO); 14.3 The 3̀̀R ́́Matrix
Edition
Second edition.
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783662563274
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
  • on1032070733
  • (OCoLC)1032070733

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