Art and practice of managing projects (2010)
Publisher: Thomas Telford Publishing Ltd., London.
This is a book primarily for the practitioner in managing projects. It will also be of interest to the professional, academic and student wishing to obtain an insight into the wider elements of what it means to use projects to achieve corporate strategic objectives as well as the deliverables obtained from single projects.
The book uses the author’s experience gained over the years, which he has combined with recent research publications from a number of authors to create a reference that should be of benefit to the stakeholders, teams and managers of projects.
This book is in six Parts as follows:
A Systems – the genesis of projects
B Changes in managing work
C Organising for project work
D Conceiving and defining projects
E Project plans and protocols
F Achieving successful outcomes
The book consists of about 600 pages, over 170 Figures and diagrams, and has about 250 references.