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Evolving Toolbox for Complex Project Management

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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 08/2022
Edizione: 1° edizione





Note Editore

This book enhances learning about complex project management principles and practices through the introduction and discussion of a portfolio of tools presented as an evolving toolbox. Throughout the book, industry practitioners examine the toolsets that are part of the toolbox to develop a broader understanding of complex project management challenges and the available tools to address them. This approach establishes a dynamic, structured platform for a comprehensive analysis and assessment of the modern, rapidly changing, multifaceted business environment to teach the next generation of project managers to successfully cope with the ever increasing complexity of the 21st century.




Sommario

ForewordPrefaceAcknowledgmentsEditorsContributorsChapter 1 Introduction to the Evolving ToolboxAlex Gorod and Leonie HalloChapter 2 Case Studies ToolsetBrian E. WhiteChapter 3 Scheduling ToolsetSeyed Ashkan Zarghami and Alex GorodChapter 4 Cost Estimation ToolsetRicardo ValerdiChapter 5 Human Factors ToolsetAlicia AitkenChapter 6 Leadership ToolsetThomas GrishamChapter 7 Systemic Negotiation and Conflict Resolution ToolsetBarbara Rapaport, Kaye Remington, and Alon Ben-MeirChapter 8 Organization and Systems Theory ToolsetJoana Geraldi, Josef Oehmen, Christian Thuesen, and Pedro Parraguez RuizChapter 9 Enterprise Governance ToolsetCharles B. Keating and Polinpapilinho F. KatinaChapter 10 Critical Success Factors and Climate ToolsetAzadeh Rezvani and Neal M. AshkanasyChapter 11 Pattern Identification and Management ToolsetRobert CloutierChapter 12 Policy Management ToolsetGeorge L. De Feis and Dolores A. AtalloChapter 13 Legal Aspects ToolsetGeorge F. JergeasChapter 14 Intellectual Property ToolsetAlexey BakmanChapter 15 Systems Thinking ToolsetMichael Emes and David ColeChapter 16 Test and Evaluation ToolsetKeith Joiner, Mahmoud Efatmaneshnik, and Malcolm TuttyChapter 17 Advanced Visualization ToolsetThomas A. McDermottChapter 18 Social Network Analysis ToolsetKon Shing Kenneth ChungChapter 19 Modeling and Simulation ToolsetSergey Suslov and Dmitry KatalevskyChapter 20 Adaptability, Agility, and Resilience ToolsetNil H. Kilicay-ErginChapter 21 Cyber-Systemic ToolsetFredmund Malik and Nam NguyenChapter 22 Systemic Risk Toolset: Another DimensionFran AckermannChapter 23 Systemic Innovation ToolsetGerrit Muller, Kristin Falk, and Marianne KjørstadIndex




Autore

Alex Gorod is a Professor at the University of Adelaide and an Adjunct Associate Professor at Zicklin School of Business, City University of New York. He is teaching courses in the areas of complex project management, leadership, systems engineering, engineering management, systems thinking, and operations management. He is a recipient of the Fabrycky-Blanchard Award for Excellence in Systems Engineering Research and Robert Crooks Stanley Fellowship in Engineering Management. His primary research focus is on management of complex adaptive systems. He is author or co-author of multiple publications, including scientific articles, book chapters, and patents. In addition, he has co-edited a book titled Case Studies in System of Systems, Enterprise Systems, and Complex Systems Engineering. His research appeared in such journals as International Journal of Project Management; IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine; IEEE Systems Journal; IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics; Transportation Research Record; Supply Chain Management: An International Journal; and Systems Research and Behavioral Science, among others. He holds a PhD in Engineering Management from Stevens Institute of Technology and actively participates in several professional organizations including INCOSE, IEEE, ASEE, SDS and ERS. He currently serves as an Associate Editor of IEEE Systems Journal (ISJ). He is also the founder and managing member at SystemicNet, LLC and a partner at Mountava, LLC. Leonie Hallo is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Adelaide and a Co-director of the Complex Systems Innovation and Entrepreneurship Lab (CSIEL). Leonie holds a PhD in Psychology from the University of Adelaide (Gold Star Award). She has been a psychologist in private practice for many years specializing in coping with cancer. She has also been a consultant to public and private organizations across fields including leadership training and development, assessments of organizational climate and reporting/recommendations, support in redundancy, career guidance, 360-degree feedback and executive development. She has supervised almost 30 doctoral students in Australia and throughout Asia in areas relating to organizational behaviour, supply chain management and entrepreneurship. She is also a Key Note Speaker and Reviewer for several international conferences and journals in the complexity leadership and management field. Her current primary research interests are complex project management, cancer treatment and the relationship between leadership and emotion.Vernon Ireland is currently a Professor and Foreign Expert in the Faculty of Construction Management and Real Estate, Chongqing University (2018·2019). Vernon was formerly an Emeritus Professor in Complex Systems, The University of Adelaide (2016); the Director of Project Management and the Director of the Master of Applied Project Management, The University of Adelaide (2003·2015); and the CEO of The Australian Graduate School of Engineering Education (1996·2002). He was the Corporate Development Director, Fletcher Challenge Construction (1991·1996), and the Dean of the Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building, University ofTechnology, Sydney (1987·1991). He practised as an engineer for 10 years (1962·1973) and was engaged by the Royal Commission into Productivity in New South Wales, to provide a comparison of 25 projects in Australia with 25 projects in the USA, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, Sweden and Germany (1992). He was the Chairman, Building Services Corporation of NSW (1987·1990): this is the licencing authority for domestic builders and electrical and plumbing contractors. Vernon has received three medals: Silver Magnolia Medal from the Shanghai Government (2000), Rotary International Gold Medal for his contributions to vocational education (2006) and Engineers Australia Medal (2006). He has been the President of the Sydney Division of Engineers Australia (2005) and has published many papers and book chapters.Indra Gunawan is an Associate Professor in Complex Project Management, and the Director of Postgraduate Project Management Programme in the Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre (ECIC), Faculty of the Professions, the University of Adelaide, Australia.He received his PhD in Industrial Engineering and MSc in Construction Management from Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Prior to joining the University of Adelaide, he was the Postgraduate Programme Coordinator for Maintenance and Reliability Engineering at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. Previously, he has also taught in the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand and worked as the Head of Systems Engineering and Management programme at Malaysia University of Science and Technology (in collaboration with the MIT, USA). His current research interests include system reliability modelling, mai










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ISBN:

9781032400990

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 10 x 7 in Ø 3.17 lb
Formato: Brossura
Pagine Arabe: 570


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