This unique reference interweaves information on the three major
overlapping parts of the total project program: programs (defined
as techniques, procedures, and methods), people skills (defined as
experience, application, and analytical ability), and the culture
of project groups (defined as project commitment and working
togetherness). Summarizing the skills necessary for an economic
construction program, Effective Project Management Through Applied
Cost and Schedule Control presents a detailed evaluation of current
project skill levels...reveals a direct correlation between project
team-building and cost/schedule control...offers rules of thumb for
establishing and developing the scope of a project...suggests value
management procedures for creating cost-effective construction
designs...delineates a wide range of analytical trending
techniques...covers change control and risk analysis...elucidates
the procurement needs of a project...and more.
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