Plan versus Actual Variance Report—Financial Services

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Plan versus Actual Variance Report—Financial Services

Guide to the PMD Pro Arabic Book

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Guide to the PMD Pro Arabic Book

Interview Questions Project Manager Position

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Interview Questions Project Manager Position

Things to do Before the Interview:
  • Know what you are up against
  • Read about the company you’re applying at 
  • Revise general project management concepts 
  • Be prepared for tough questions 
  • Sleep well the night before Eat a light snack before 
  • going to the interview





Project Planner free Template

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Project Planner free Template 

Construction Management Principles and Practice

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Construction Management Principles and Practice

Construction Management: Principles and Practice focuses on the activities of the principal contracting organisation when undertaking a construction project. The aim of the book is to introduce and explain those key management functions and processes applicable throughout the siteworks of a construction project and consider the basic concepts, principles, systems and procedures which impact on the management functions and processes carried out. The fundamental tenet of this book is that the comprehensive understanding and considered undertaking of key site management functions and processes is a prerequisite to organisational effectiveness and project success.

COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS FOR DEVELOPMENT A Practical Guide

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COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS FOR DEVELOPMENT 

Guided by its vision of an Asia and Pacific region free of poverty, Asian Development Bank (ADB) is committed to reducing poverty through increased regional integration and both inclusive and environmentally sustainable growth. With a focus on delivering projects that create positive economic and developmental impact, ADB issued the Guidelines for the Economic Analysis of Projects in 1997 to strengthen project quality ‘at entry’. This helps ensure efficient use of development funds, public resources and increases aid effectiveness. The series of economic analysis retrospectives by the Economics and Research Department (ERD) from 2003 to 2008--which assessed the quality of economic analysis applied in ADB operations-- paved the way for the updating of specific guidelines on economic analysis. Efforts were focused on improving cost-benefit analysis with an emphasis on key sectors in which ADB operates. This book, Cost−Benefit Analysis for Development: A Practical Guide, is the direct result of those efforts.

Exam Sample to Certified Cost Professional

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Exam Sample to Certified Cost Professional

What is a Certified Cost Professional (CCP)?
A CCP is an experienced practitioner with advanced knowledge and technical expertise to apply the broad principles and best practices of the Total Cost Management (TCM) framework. Specifically covering aspects of Cost Engineering this certification also includes the wider integration of Project Controls incorporating Cost Estimating, Planning & Scheduling, Cost Control and Risk Management. CCP’s also demonstrate the ability to research and communicate aspects of the TCM principles and practices to all levels of a project or program, both internally and externally.  
CCP certification will distinguish you as a professional that has skills and knowledge that is benchmarked with international cost engineering practices. It will also enable the public and the industry a means of distinguishing individuals who have met stringent criteria and competency in order to be AACE Certified.
The Certified Cost Professional (CCP) was established in 2004 and is independently accredited by the Council of Engineering & Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB) since 2007.
AACE certification distinguishes cost and management professionals who have the knowledge and skills to impact the bottom line.

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