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Managing construction projects

Author: Graham Winch
Publisher: Oxford : Blackwell Science, 2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This text defines the principles of construction project management so that readers can apply them to particular management problems. It applies business process analysis to the management of  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Graham Winch
ISBN: 0632058889 9780632058884
OCLC Number: 52531666
Description: xviii, 458 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Part I Introduction: The management of construction projects; The context of construction project management; Part II Defining the project mission: Deciding what the client wants; Managing stakeholders; Part III Mobilising the resource base: Forming the project coalition; Motivating the project coalition; The dynamics of the supply chain; Part IV Riding the project life-cycle: The project life-cycle; Defining problems and generating solutions; Managing the budget; Managing the programme; Managing conformance quality; Managing uncertainty and risk on the project; Managing project information; Part V: Leading the project coalition: Designing effective project organisations; Infusing the project mission; Conclusions: Revaluing construction project management; Bibliography
Responsibility: Graham M. Winch.


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"A massive review of the art and science of the management of projects that has the great virtue of being a good read wherever it is touched. It spills the dirt on things that went wrong, elucidates Read more...

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