The Management of Projects

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Thomas Telford, 1997 - Technology & Engineering - 358 pages
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'This book will undoubtedly become one of the classics of the project management literature...There will be a growing need for project managers who can look beyond the internal processes of their projects to the organisational, technological and socio-economic contexts in which projects must be managed. A good starting point would be for all project managers to read this...book.' Construction Management and Economics
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Second World War
10
the development of Systems
19
Apollo and the decade
38
the expansion of project management
89
expansion of the strategic
150
the new model
213
And now?
273
Notes
313
Selected bibliography
338
Index
346
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Peter Morris is Director of Policy and Research at UNISON.

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