An ideal course text that helps students to identify, manage and solve problems that arise during the lifecycle of projects. This problem-based approach encourages students to develop analytical and problem-solving skills and to get a more complete understanding of the factors that contribute to project success.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Number of pages: 528
Weight: 726 g
Dimensions: 234 x 156 x 28 mm
'This extremely useful handbook offers a definitive list of issues extracted from a database of project problems. It thus provides a unique resource for project managers looking to address project problems, improve their practice and deliver projects successfully.' - Professor Darren Dalcher, Director of the National Centre for Project Management, UK 'Project Management - A Problem Based Approach takes a novel view of the subject by drawing on the author's extensive database of recurring project problems. Indeed, if we could only eliminate the majority of project problems by heeding Lientz's Prevention, Detection and Actions recommendations, the reward would be a substantially improved project management success record.' - R. Max Wideman, FPMI