Project Management: A Systems Approach To Planning, Scheduling, And Controlling

Project Management: A Systems Approach To Planning, Scheduling, And Controlling

Harold R. Kerzner / Nov 18, 2019

Project Management A Systems Approach To Planning Scheduling And Controlling This Ninth Edition of the industry leading project management bible applies its streamlined approach to new authoritative coverage aligned with the Project Management Institute s Project Management B

  • Title: Project Management: A Systems Approach To Planning, Scheduling, And Controlling
  • Author: Harold R. Kerzner
  • ISBN: 9780471741879
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This Ninth Edition of the industry leading project management bible applies its streamlined approach to new, authoritative coverage aligned with the Project Management Institute s Project Management Body of Knowledge PMI R s PMBOK R , the new mandatory source of training for the Project Management Professional PMP R Certification Exam Written by one of the best knThis Ninth Edition of the industry leading project management bible applies its streamlined approach to new, authoritative coverage aligned with the Project Management Institute s Project Management Body of Knowledge PMI R s PMBOK R , the new mandatory source of training for the Project Management Professional PMP R Certification Exam Written by one of the best known authorities on the subject, this extraordinary edition gives a profound understanding of project management Content from this book is available as an online continuing professional education course at http wiley WileyCDA Section id 320 WileyCPE courses are available on demand, 24 hours a day, and are approved by the American Institute of Architects PMBOK, PMP, Project Management Professional, and CAPM are registered marks of the Project Management Institute, Inc.

    • [PDF] Download ↠ Project Management: A Systems Approach To Planning, Scheduling, And Controlling | by ↠ Harold R. Kerzner
      494 Harold R. Kerzner
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] Download ↠ Project Management: A Systems Approach To Planning, Scheduling, And Controlling | by ↠ Harold R. Kerzner
      Posted by:Harold R. Kerzner
      Published :2019-08-23T13:48:35+00:00

    About "Harold R. Kerzner"

      • Harold R. Kerzner

        Harold R. Kerzner Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Project Management: A Systems Approach To Planning, Scheduling, And Controlling book, this is one of the most wanted Harold R. Kerzner author readers around the world.


    620 Comments

    1. While this was informative on project management. I used the book under my computer monitor to raise it to the proper ergonomic height for me.




    2. Clearly, this is the "go to" book for instructors of project management courses everywhere -- it has an instructor's guide with an answer key, and there are even project management "logic problem" versions of this book out there. It makes it dead easy for instructors to teach by the book.The book is expensive and it is very long. Some of the content is a bit heavy and dense. The history of project management is interesting but it's the same history you can find in just about any other project ma [...]


    3. considered as reference of Project Management , this book is one of my favorite, usually read it in order get more knowledge about interesting PM process also in the same time to check from case suitability in reality


    4. Pages 1-25Text assumes a corporate structure along with a series of titles, roles, issues, relationships, areas of responsibility/authority that may or may not exist. At best, this renders the information difficult to apply without some stout abstract thinking. At worst it is simply irrelevant. There are one or two statements regarding interpersonal skills that are useful and a diagram that outlined the marketing/proposal process that is accurate.Otherwise, most of this does not resemble any of [...]


    5. This is a great book, especially when it comes to understanding Project Management from the very basic terms up-to the advanced topics, it also covers most of the PMP curriculum.I did read and actually study this book during my masters study as the text book for Project Management, it was really handy and rich.Ahmad Al-Musallami


    6. Reference to any project manager. This was the first book I've bought in my career. Perfectly published, it is one of the books the every project manager must have.Referência para qualquer gerente de projetos. Esse foi o primeiro livro que eu comprei na minha carreira. Perfeitamente editorado, é um livro que todo gerente de projetos tem que ter.


    7. Great book on project management. The book covers the Project Management Professional knowledge areas. This book is used a text book for Project Management postgraduate studies. The book is useful in preparing for the PMP certification.


    8. Many project managers are untrained hence, the 65+% failure rate of "IT" projects. Reading the material might be too much to expect.The project manager who has never heard of Harold Kerzner ---has never been in a comprehensive PM training environment.


    9. A hefty project management bible that's taken me about a year to wade through. It's aligned with PMI's PMBOK, which is what you study to get Project Management Professional (PMP) Certification - which is the equivalent of PRINCE2 in the US.







    10. Just started this for a class. I don't hold out too high hopes for this being all to stimulating reading, but I'm keeping an open mind


    11. pgs=1181; glossary= no; b&w; index=yes/good; might help me study for the pmp; it is a textbook; might be good for me starting out


    12. Excellent project management reference - not a straight through read (it melt your brain). As a PM/PMP geek I think of it as the "other" bible.



    Leave a Reply