Industry is dependent on projects to develop new and improved products and processes for producing them, necessitating the need for them to be completed right first time and on time. Objectives, safety, environmental awareness, quality, cost and speed are all things which need to be considered when implementing a project, which is why process plants have project managers/engineers. This book is aimed at everyone who has responsibilities for some or all of a project, giving a better understanding of the subject. It describes best practice and offers guidance on how principles and techniques can be applied to all aspects of a projects. This information is presented in chapters arranged in three sections: phases of a project; tools and techniques relevant at every stage; and skills and knowledge required by the project manager.This book is aimed at everyone who has responsibilities for some or all of a project, giving a better understanding of the subject.
|Title||:||Project Management for the Process Industries|
|Author||:||Gillian Lawson, S. H. Wearne, Peter Iles-Smith|
|Publisher||:||IChemE - 1999|