Project Management Media Edition with MS Project CD: with MS Project CD 2005

Project Management Media Edition with MS Project CD: with MS Project CD 2005

by Dr Harvey Maylor (Author)

Synopsis

Combining a strong academic approach with relevant practical cases, this text skillfully shows the range of issues that face project managers throughout the project cycle. This new Media Edition comes with a free CD Rom containing a 60 day trial version of Microsoft Project for students.This edition is easier to use than ever before, with two colour text design and more diagrams and figures to aid navigation and understanding. Extra teaching materials are available online for lecturers at http://www.booksites.net/maylor. Project Management is used extensively to accompany courses on undergraduate, masters and MBA programmes, as well as for in-company training and for professionals wanting to bring themselves up-to-date with developments in the field.

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Format: Paperback
Pages: 411
Edition: 3
Publisher: Financial Times/ Prentice Hall
Published: 02 Jun 2005

ISBN 10: 0273704311
ISBN 13: 9780273704317

Media Reviews
'For all involved in projects, it's a book that needs to be on your bookshelf, but better in your hand'. Bob Saunders, Open University and Association for Project Management. 'A thorough introduction to project management. Highly recommended for use as an introductory course text'. Paul Walley, Lecturer in Operations Management, Warwick Business School. 'A useful introduction to the subject for students, as it indicates the complexity of the subject and its importance in a wide range of industries'. - Prof J.H.Rogerson, Dean of Engineering, Science and Manufacturing, Cranfield University
Author Bio
Dr Harvey Maylor is Lecturer in Operations and Project Management at the University of Bath School of Management, and a Visiting Professor at NIMBAS (Netherlands) and Kasetsart University (Bangkok, Thailand). He is also a consultant and trainer in the area of project management, and has received funding for his research from industry, Government and the European Commission.