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eBook Project Management: The Managerial Process (McGraw-Hill/Irwin Series Operations and Decision Sciences) ePub

by Clifford F. Gray

  • ISBN: 0073525154
  • Category: Management and Leadership
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Clifford F. Gray
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill/Irwin; 4th edition (February 2008)
  • Pages: 608
  • ePub book: 1954 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1475 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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Professor of project management in the department of management, marketing, and international business at the College of. .Series: Mcgraw-hill Series Operations and Decision Sciences.

Professor of project management in the department of management, marketing, and international business at the College of Business, Oregon State University. He teaches executive, graduate, and undergraduate courses on project management, organizational behavior, and leadership.

Series: McGraw-Hill/Irwin Series Operations and Decision Sciences. This is the best book I have used on Operations Management and can be used for Supply Chain. I have used multiple books as a professor and this one comes close to be clear and complete

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Modred Modred
The book itself is good so far, practical and applicable. I am mainly writing this review to warn students not to bother buying this book new. I read that it came with a disc, and that I should buy it new or the disc may be used or missing. The included disc is just a 60 day trial of MS Project, not even enough to get through the semester. Whether your book comes with the disc or not you will still have to figure out another way to get the program.
Juce Juce
NOT THE SAME as the 6th edition in US. There is a page at the front that describes the differences. The cases have all been changed to India specific ones. The body of the text seems similar with explanations about the concepts, but page numbers will be significantly different from US 6th edition. Also, the top of the pages do not list what chapter you are reading, making cross referencing or flipping to a section challenging. The paper is also very thin and not good for highlighting as it will bleed through. I have both books side by side.
Eayaroler Eayaroler
As others have stated, this is a good overview for a survey level course in PM. It is repetitive, but I think that is understandable in a survey course textbook of this nature. I agree that the scenarios are a little out of date; for the cost of the sixth edition, these could have been updated. It is certainly easy to understand, but I wouldn't have pegged this as a graduate level text. If you don't need this as a requirement for a course, I wouldn't buy this as a self-study guide. It's far too expensive for an overview. As far as readability, it's an easy read for an introductory level course.
Rishason Rishason
I'm only on Chapter 5, but I have cut off pages 263-276 (so far). Not good!

Missed return deadline because I didn’t discover the issue in time. No one offered any type of restitution.
Voodoogore Voodoogore
This book was a semi easy read (until the last few chapters), I think it would be more enjoyable in a classroom setting, I read the book for an online course and at times was rather hard to follow. I would not suggest this book unless you were taking a class on Project Management and this book was required. I'm certain their are much easier books to follow if you are doing self-study.
Nidor Nidor
Really well written and east to follow. Lots of great case studies and highlights. Too bad page the sentence at the bottom of Page 574 is never finished. The facing page is Page 607. Not sure where the missing pages went. LOL. But, its a really good book overall. (paperback version)
Zugar Zugar
I purchased this book thinking it was the original version because the description did not stipulate otherwise, but instead realized once I started reading it that it was the Indian version so none of the case studies were applicable to my course. It would be nice if the seller would make it clear in the description that this is an international version for Indian companies. I wish I could return it, but it's too late now.
This is a good book about project management, but it can be improved. In this day and age project management is done with computer programs. I got an A for the Project Management course, but if I go "into trenches", I will have to tell my boss that I don't have a slightest clue how to use even relatively simple project management computer programs like Microsoft Project.

I'd dedicate a large part of the book to inform students how to use project management computer programs. When you are in the trenches, knowing all the theory about star wars does not help. You have to know how to shoot a lowly rifle.

Then again, this book is not a manual for Microsoft Project. The real problem is that our colleges do not teach real world skills like using computer programs for accounting, project management, etc. After getting your MBA you might have to buy a copy of QuickBooks and learn how to use it.