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Online Reference Books
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Project Management, Planning and Control by Albert Lester
Publication Date: 2006-11-16
Focuses on project management skills for engineering, manufacturing & construction industries. Ideal for engineering project managers taking a Project Management Professional (PMP) qualification, this book covers all information for both the Project Management Institute (PMI) & the Association of Project Management (APM). Fully aligned with the latest 2006 updates to the syllabi & the latest revision of BS 6079 (British Standards Institute Guide to Project Management in the Construction Industry). * Covers the complete body of knowledge for project management professionals in the engineering, manufacturing & construction sectors * Covers all theory & practice for the newly revised PMP and APM qualification exams * Written by a qualified PMP exam accreditor & accompanied by online Q&A resources for self-testing
Project Management ToolBox by Dragan Z. Milosevic
Publication Date: 2003-06-16
Provides a rare look at the situational framework used in building a project management toolbox. * Includes real-world examples of toolboxes used in a variety of project situations. * Bridges the gap between theoretical and applied project management.