This Second Edition of the well-received text describes project management via a ``lifecycle'' approach. All the main steps in the life of a project are covered, from the planning stage to project completion. Presents the manager's, rather than the engineer's, point of view, covering organization, budgeting, scheduling, resource allocation, monitoring, and evaluation. This second edition features a new chapter on negotiating, expanded treatment of management information systems, and virtually all new readings. Each chapter now has a glossary and project team assignments, in addition to a summary, review questions, problems, readings, and cases.
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