Whatever your business, getting the work done on time can make or break your organization. The faster the world moves, the more this becomes important. The expanding utility and relevance of project management has lead to its emergence as a separate body of knowledge embraced by various disciplines ranging from engineering and business to social services.
Detailing the value of project management when applied to industrial enterprises, Industrial Project Management: Concepts, Tools, and Techniques presents an integrated approach to the subject, focusing specifically on industrial applications. The book covers the concepts, tools, and techniques, both the emerging and the tried-and-true, of project management. The elements of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) provide a unifying platform for the topics discussed. The authors also include a project-oriented chapter on Lean Six Sigma as well as appendices on project terms, definitions, and acronyms.
In today's highly competitive global market, the race to get ahead is even more intense. An excellent platform for integrating management techniques and business processes, when done correctly project management can help you synthesize management methods such as statistics, operations research, Six Sigma, computer simulation, and so on. A practical guide, Industrial Project Management delineates the tools and techniques necessary for using project management in an industrial setting to mitigate the adverse effects of time, cost, and performance constraints typical for any project.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Number of pages: 320
Weight: 590 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 22 mm
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