2005, English, Book, Illustrated edition: The story of managing projects : an interdisciplinary approach / edited by Elias G. Carayannis, Young Hoon Kwak, Frank T. Anbari.

User activity

Share to:
The story of managing projects : an interdisciplinary approach / edited by Elias G. Carayannis, Young Hoon Kwak, Frank T. Anbari
 
Bookmark: https://trove.nla.gov.au/version/20259444
Physical Description
  • xiv, 373 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Published
  • Westport, Conn. : Praeger Publishers, 2005.
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • The story of managing projects : an interdisciplinary approach /​ edited by Elias G. Carayannis, Young Hoon Kwak, Frank T. Anbari.
Other Authors
  • Carayannis, Elias G.
  • Kwak, Young-Hoon.
  • Anbari, Frank T.
Published
  • Westport, Conn. : Praeger Publishers, 2005.
Content Types
  • text
Carrier Types
  • volume
Physical Description
  • xiv, 373 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Subjects
Contents
  • Machine derived contents note: Contents
  • Figures and Tables
  • Preface
  • Elias G. Carayannis, Young Hoon Kwak, and Frank T. Anbari
  • Part I. Fundamentals of Project Management
  • Chapter 1 A Brief History of Project Management
  • Young Hoon Kwak
  • Chapter 2 Background to Project Management
  • Harold Kerzner
  • Chapter 3 Redefining the Foundations for Project Management
  • Francis Hartman
  • Part II. Best Practices in Project Management
  • Chapter 4 Stakeholder Mapping and the Execution of Successful Projects: Embedding and Institutionalizing Learning as a Key Project Management Competence
  • Elias G. Carayannis, Frank T. Anbari, and Robert J. Voetsch
  • Chapter 5 From Abstract User Requirements to Tangible Business Solutions: An Iterative Approach
  • Abdul Samad Kazi and Ian Wilson
  • Chapter 6 The Cross-Applicability of Project Management in Multimedia Communication Platforms
  • Cheryl J. Walker
  • Chapter 7 Team Culture Communicating =​ Semantics + Semiology
  • Philip Harvard
  • Chapter 8 Better Project Management Through Effective Meetings Management
  • Theodore H. Rosen
  • Chapter 9 Scaling the Water Cooler: Digital Storytelling for Knowledge Continuity
  • Michael D. Kull
  • Chapter 10 Defense Project Management Knowledge Flow Through Lessons Learned Systems
  • Mark E. Nissen and Keith F. Snider
  • Chapter 11 Project Managers' Changing Cognitive Schemata and the Achievement of Group Goals
  • Carolyn R. Spencer and Trevor Hine
  • Chapter 12 Analyzing Failure in Project Management Systems Using an Integral Approach of the Fish Bone and the Fault Tree Techniques
  • Maged Sedky Morcos
  • Chapter 13 Why Project Termination Tarries
  • Victor S. Sohmen
  • Part III. Lessons Learned from Industry
  • Chapter 14 Project Management in the Engineering and Construction Industry
  • John A. Kuprenas
  • Chapter 15 Project Management During the Reconstruction of Kuwait
  • Ralph V. Locurcio
  • Chapter 16 Different Approaches to Managing Complex Construction Projects: Experiences of International Project Management
  • Wilco Tijhuis
  • Chapter 17 Railway Project Management: Framework and Examples
  • Frank T. Anbari
  • Chapter 18 The Management of Railway Construction and Upgrade Projects: A Study of the Experience in Greece
  • John-Paris Pantouvakis
  • Chapter 19 Improving Project Management with the Analytical Design Planning Technique
  • Simon Austin, Andrew Newton, and Andrew Baldwin
  • Chapter 20 Using the EFQM and Balanced Scorecards to Design Information System Strategy
  • Allen Woods
  • Chapter 21 The Changing Project Management Requirements in the Communications Industry
  • Dan P. Ono
  • Chapter 22 Creating Competencies: Project Management Evidence from the Telecommunications Sector
  • Frďřic Fontane, Patrice Houdayer, and Herv ̌Mathe
  • Chapter 23 Agile Project Management Methods for IT Projects
  • Glen B. Alleman
  • Chapter 24 Implementing Best Practice in Hospital Project Management
  • Raphael M. Dua
  • Chapter 25 Conclusions and the Road Ahead
  • Index
  • About the Editors and Contributors
  • Figures
  • Figure 4.1 Project Stakeholder/​Customer Map
  • Figure 4.2 Knowledge Management Technology
  • Figure 4.3 Knowledge Management Technology Graphical Representation
  • Figure 5.1 Information Flows and Contract Networks in Construction
  • Figure 5.2 Virtual Team Model
  • Figure 5.3 Operate a VE Project
  • Figure 7.1 Team Culture Multidimensional Communication System
  • Figure 8.1 Sample Agenda Template - Meeting Planning Guide
  • Figure 8.2 Sample Template for Recording Meeting Business - Meeting Outcomes Record
  • Figure 10.1 Knowledge Hierarchy
  • Figure 10.2 Knowledge Flow Theory
  • Figure 10.3 Battlegroup Intelligence Process
  • Figure 10.4 Horizontal and Vertical Processes
  • Figure 11.1 Ratings Averaged across SMEs for Organizational vs. Project Feedback Areas
  • Figure 11.2 Ratings of the Feedback Areas that Expert Project Managers Attend to in Order to Achieve Their Goals
  • Figure 12.1 Example of a Fish-Bone Tree [FBT] of an Airline Operator
  • Figure 12.2 Qualitative and Quantitative Fault Tree Diagram [FTD]
  • Figure 12.3 Flow Chart of Proposed Integral Approach of the Fish-Bone and Fault Tree Diagram for Analyzing Failure of Project Management Systems
  • Figure 12.4 A Proposed Fish-Bone Diagram Presenting Possible Problems and their Causing events as can be Encountered by Foreign Project Management Systems Working in Foreign Markets
  • Figure 12.5(a) Individual FTDs for PESTI External Factors
  • Figure 12.5(b) Individual FTDs for 5M's Internal Factors
  • Figure 12.6(a) Parallel Connection of External Factors and Internal Factors [Best Case Scenario]
  • Figure 12.6(b) Series Connection of External Factors and Internal Factors [Worst Case Scenario]
  • Figure 12.7 Tracking and Sensitivity Analysis for Both Case Scenarios [Best Case &​ Worst Case]
  • Figure 12.8 Improving in Success and Failure Values of Both Cases
  • Figure 13.1 Client Interest, Project Stake, Resources, Creativity, and Uncertainty
  • Figure 13.2 Project Commissioning Sub-Phases
  • Figure 13.3 Commissioning Management as a "Project within a Project"
  • Figure 13.4 Commissioniong Decision Support System (CDSS)
  • Figure 13.5 Early Termination Date
  • Figure 14.1 Phases of the Project Lifecycle
  • Figure 15.1 KERO Scope of Work
  • Figure 15.2 KERO Project Plan
  • Figure 15.3 Damage Assessment Operations
  • Figure 15.4 Construction Operations Plan
  • Figure 15.5 Engineering Operations
  • Figure 15.6 Project Management Operations
  • Figure 15.7 Contract Operations
  • Figure 15.8 Logistics Operations
  • Figure 15.9 Budget Control
  • Figure 16.1 Schematic View on the System of Relations
  • Figure 18.1 Position of Greece in the European Continent
  • Figure 18.2 Principal Railway Routes in Greece
  • Figure 18.3 Major Locations of the Greek Railway Network
  • Figure 18.4 Graphical Summary of the Railway Upgrade and Construction Project
  • Figure 18.5 Athens Suburban Railway System
  • Figure 18.6 Organization Chart
  • Figure 19.1 The Five Stages of AdePT
  • Figure 19.2 IDEF0 and IDEF0v Notation
  • Figure 19.3 An Example of a Design Process Diagram for "Lift Shaft Structure Design"
  • Figure 19.4 The Design Process Hierarchy for Structural Design
  • Figure 19.5 An Example of a Simple DSM
  • Figure 19.6 Optimized Example Matrix
  • Figure 19.7 Selecting a Dependency for Declassification
  • Figure 19.8 Result of Declassification
  • Figure 19.9 Bar Chart for the Example
  • Figure 19.10 Integrating Design and Procurement Programs
  • Figure 19.11 Impact of Procurement on the Optimized DSM
  • Figure 19.12 Understanding the Impact of Changes within the DSM
  • Figure 20.1 Linking the EQFM and Key Documents
  • Figure 20.2 The Balanced Scorecard
  • Figure 20.3 BEM and Balanced Scorecard Structure, Building the Reporting Chain
  • Figure 21.1 The Project Management Professional and the Environment to Insure Lasting Success
  • Figure 22.1 Model of Dimensions of the Environment
  • Figure 23.1 Interrelations between Project Management Activities
  • Figure 24.1 The Critical Path Network for the Commissioning and Relocation Sub-project
  • Figure 24.2 New LRH Business Milestones
  • Figure 24.3 Milestone Gantt Charts
  • Figure 24.4(a) Milestone Tables
  • Figure 24.4(b) Task Reports
  • Figure 24.5 Performance Baseline Management Process
  • Tables
  • Table 1.1 Four Periods of Project Management
  • Table 1.2 A Brief History of Project Management
  • Table 4.1 Upstream/​Downstream Project Involvement and Actors
  • Table 4.2 Project Lifecycle Stages Critical Information
  • Table 4.3 Project Requirements and Specifications
  • Insert 8.1 The Cost of Meetings
  • Table 8.1 Alternatives to Meetings
  • Table 8.2 Traditional Management Competencies
  • Table 9.1 Storytelling: Misconceptions and Reconceptions
  • Table 9.2 Applications of Digital Storytelling for Project Management
  • Table 10.1 Knowledge Management Life Cycle Models
  • Table 10.2 Lessons Learned System Characteristics
  • Table 11.1 Categories and Conceptual Definitions
  • Table 11.2 Coding Categories for Feedback and Activity Change Types and Operational Definitions
  • Table 11.3 Brief Description of the Five Leading-Edge Projects that Were Including in Phase Three, and the Number and Experience of the Project Managers
  • Table 11.4 Cross-Tabulation of Feedback Types by Change Type
  • Table 11.5 Cross-Tabulation of Change versus No Change Following Feedback in the Foci and Control Category
  • Table 11.6 Comparison of Feedback Producing Change or Otherwise across the Six Foci Categories
  • Table 12.1 Summary of Findings and Comparison Between Different Original Models
  • Table 12.2 Computation of the Individual FTD Top Events and the Main FTD Top Event for Both Case Scenarios [Best Case &​ Worst Case]
  • Table 12.3 Tracking and Sensitivity Analysis for Both Case Scenarios [Best Case &​ Worst Case]
  • Table 14.1 Types and Characteristics of Construction
  • Table 14.2 Critical Success Factors for Design Phase Activities
  • Table 18.1 Time Gains on Principal Routes
  • Table 19.1 Results of Applying AdePT to Three Building Projects
  • Table 22.1 Summary of Statistical Analyses for Creation of Competencies
  • Table 23.1 National Software Quality Experiment Results
  • Table 23.2 Common Aspects of All Methods
  • Table 23.3 Software Systems Taxonomy.
Notes
  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Access Conditions
  • Electronic resource (access conditions)
Other Form
  • Online version Story of managing projects. Westport, Conn. : Praeger Publishers, 2005
Language
  • English
ISBN
  • 1567205062 (alk. paper)
Dewey Number
  • 658.4/​04
Libraries Australia ID
Contributed by
Libraries Australia

Get this edition

None of your libraries hold this item.

These 6 locations in All:

Library Access Call number(s) Formats held Language
State Library of NSW. Open to the public R N658.404/ 132 Book; Illustrated English
The University of Melbourne. The University of Melbourne Library. Open to the public .b29413199; held Book; Illustrated English
University of Canberra. University of Canberra Library. Open to the public 991000838109703996; HELD Book; Illustrated English
University of Technology Sydney. University Library. Open to the public .b20293458; held Book; Illustrated English
University of the Sunshine Coast. University of the Sunshine Coast Library. Open to the public 998178102621; HD69.P75 .S755 2005 Book; Illustrated English
University of Western Australia. University of Western Australia Library. Open to the public 9998002202101; HELD Book; Illustrated English
Show 0 more libraries...

This single location in Australian Capital Territory:

Library Access Call number(s) Formats held Language
University of Canberra. University of Canberra Library. Open to the public 991000838109703996; HELD Book; Illustrated English
Show 0 more libraries...

These 2 locations in New South Wales:

Library Access Call number(s) Formats held Language
State Library of NSW. Open to the public R N658.404/ 132 Book; Illustrated English
University of Technology Sydney. University Library. Open to the public .b20293458; held Book; Illustrated English
Show 0 more libraries...
None of your libraries hold this item.

This single location in Queensland:

Library Access Call number(s) Formats held Language
University of the Sunshine Coast. University of the Sunshine Coast Library. Open to the public 998178102621; HD69.P75 .S755 2005 Book; Illustrated English
Show 0 more libraries...
None of your libraries hold this item.
None of your libraries hold this item.

This single location in Victoria:

Library Access Call number(s) Formats held Language
The University of Melbourne. The University of Melbourne Library. Open to the public .b29413199; held Book; Illustrated English
Show 0 more libraries...
None of your libraries hold this item.

Found at these bookshops

Searching - please wait...

You also may like to try some of these bookshops, which may or may not sell this item.

User activity


e.g. test cricket, Perth (WA), "Parkes, Henry"

Separate different tags with a comma. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes.

Be the first to add this to a list

Comments and reviews

What are comments? Add a comment

No user comments or reviews for this version

Add a comment