Item description for Quantitative Methods in Project Management by John C. Goodpasture...
Policy, methods, and tools to make good decisions
Project success means making the numbers. Project success means delivering business value from the application of resources to project scope and taking measured risks to achieve deliverables. Quantitative methods provide the basis for calculating value, establishing the project metrics that will be the measures of success, and helping project managers understand the numerical values of risks to be addressed.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.1" Width: 6" Height: 0.8" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Publisher J. Ross Publishing, Inc.
ISBN 1932159150 ISBN13 9781932159158
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More About John C. Goodpasture
Goodpasture is a certified Project Management Professional with broad practical experience in executive management, project management, system engineering, and operations analysis.
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Has serious mathematical errors Jan 7, 2005
This book is good as an overview to give you a starting point of what you can use as quantitative methods in managing projects. However the book contains mathematical errors, not typos but actual reasoning errors ... use with caution.
Walks the reader through its mathematical formulas Feb 6, 2004
Quantitative Methods In Project Management by John C. Goodpasture (President and Founder of Square Peg Consulting, a consulting firm specializing in the field of project management) is a straightforward business guide to calculating project values and using basic metrics to measure success. Written especially for corporate and governmental project workers who are not necessarily advanced students of mathematical theory, Quantitative Methods In Project Management carefully , clearly, and comprehensively walks the reader through its mathematical formulas and principles, and is a great resource for learning how to quickly and accurately access the worth of a project goal.