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This book presents techniques for effective and successful project management across all phases of the project, covering all of the management tools and leadership skills for any industrial project. It presents advanced modern tools for use by management and engineers in decision making, and it covers the gap between project management theories of the actual project. This volume is a "one-stop shop" for project and construction management of industrial projects, for engineers, managers, owners, and anyone else working on the project.Content: Chapter 1 Introduction (pages 1–4): Chapter 2 Project Management (pages 5–37): Chapter 3 Economic Risk Analysis (pages 39–86): Chapter 4 Time Planning (pages 87–117): Chapter 5 Resource Management (pages 119–155): Chapter 6 Cost Management (pages 157–186): Chapter 7 Bidding, Tenders, and Contracts (pages 187–218): Chapter 8 Quality — From Theory to Reality (pages 219–296): Chapter 9 Project Risk Management (pages 297–323): Chapter 10 Quiz for Project Management (pages 325–379):
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