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The author has extensive experience as a planning executive for a leading corporation, a consultant to the international business community, an educator, and the leader of a popular series of project management seminars. Project Management, Sixth Edition, synthesizes this wealth of knowledge into a practical resource you will rely on every day - learn from the successes and failures of leading companies in planning and scheduling complex projects, explore new cost control and risk management techniques, assess the impact of concurrent engineering, merge total quality management techniques with effective project planning, master the resolution of conflicts in project planning and execution, and gain skill at predicting project success at early stages of evolution. The design of the Sixth Edition has been considerably enhanced to make this a usable desktop companion for the working professional and educator, and a focused self-study and review guide for project managers who plan to take the certification exam. Worksheets, checklists, and chapter summaries are highlighted so that essential points are visible at a glance.
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Harold Kerzner (born ca 1940) is an American engineer, management consultant, Emeritus Professor of Systems Management at Baldwin Wallace University, and Sr.
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