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Project Management: Achieving Project Bottom-Line Succe$$

@inproceedings{Pinkerton2003ProjectMA,
  title={Project Management: Achieving Project Bottom-Line Succe\$\$},
  author={W. Pinkerton},
  year={2003}
}
Foreword Preface Acknowledgments CHAPTER ONE: Ventures, Projects, and the Bottom Line CHAPTER TWO: Project Organization--Defining the Need CHAPTER THREE: Defining the Project--Project Risk Factors CHAPTER FOUR: Defining Venture and Corporate Risk CHAPTER FIVE: Preproject Planning CHAPTER SIX: Organizing the Team CHAPTER SEVEN: Project Execution--Design and Procurement CHAPTER EIGHT: Project Execution--Construction and Installation CHAPTER NINE: On-Site (Preoperational) Testing CHAPTER TEN… Expand
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