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The Handbook of Project-based Management: Leading Strategic Change in Organizations

Published on Sep 24, 2008
J. Rodney Turner1
Estimated H-index: 1
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1 Leading change through projects PART ONE: MANAGING THE CONTEXT 2 Projects for delivering beneficial change 3 Project success and strategy 4 The people involved PART TWO: MANAGING PERFORMANCE 5 Managing scope 6 Managing project organization 7 Managing quality 8 Managing cost 9 Managing time 10 Managing risk PART THREE: MANAGING THE PROCESS 11 The project process 12 Project start-up 13 Project execution and control 14 Project close-out PART FOUR: GOVERNANCE OF PROJECT-BASED MANAGEMENT 15 Project governance 16 Program and portfolio management 17 Developing organizational capability 18 Governance of the project-based organization 19 International projects 20 Epilogue Appendix A: Project definition report for the CRMO Rationalization Project Appendix B: Project control documents for the CRMO Rationalization Project
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