Book Review - Systems Development – A Project Management Approach

Book Review - Systems Development – A Project Management Approach

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dissertation or doctoral thesis. Over 300 companies were investigated and most were sent survey questionnaires, followed up where appropriate with interviews. Profes- sor Kerzner is to be congratulated not only for per- suading so many of these companies to respond in such great detail but also for the skillful selection and pre- sentation of the results. So, although apparently starting as an academic exercise, the outcome is a thoroughly practical textbook, full of relevant personal experiences and constructive advice. This book is not for beginners. It is clearly not intended for budget-strapped students studying for a business de- gree where project management forms only a small part of a wider curriculum. Its value will be appreciated by more advancedstudentsspecializinginprojectmanagement, by practising project managers, and by project management consultants. The wealth of case studies and discussion questions provide a particularly useful source for college/ university lecturers, for whom a companion instructor
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course PM 199 taught by Professor Dr.atif during the Spring '11 term at University of Engineering & Technology.

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