Published here February, 2006.

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Book Structure

The Project Management Question and Answer Book contains eleven chapters as follows:

  1. Introduction
  2. Scope
  3. Project Estimating
  4. Cost Management
  5. Time Management
  6. Human Resources Management
  7. Building Projects in Organizations
  8. Risk Management
  9. Quality
  10. Earned Value Reporting
  11. Communications

Of all the chapters, Chapter 5: Time Management, is by far the largest, no doubt because this topic is the most well established. There is no list of reference sources in the book, so one must conclude that the authors have created all the content. If that is the case, then considering the scope of the book, the authors display a remarkably good understanding of all the essential parts of project management. Within each chapter are the relevant subtopics, each described in more or less summary form. For those who wish to dig deeper, most subtopics are followed by a subsection titled "Tell me more ..."

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