January 2017

Project Management Tools and Techniques

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Project Management Tools and Techniques

What Is Project Management?
Project management is the application of knowledge, skills, tools, and
techniques to project activities in order to meet or exceed stakeholder needs
and expectations.

Contract terms and administration in both English and Arabic

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Contract terms and administration in both English and Arabic

Managerial contract

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Managerial contract

Theory of emergency conditions and claims of force majeure in the administrative contract
Its inception, the terms of implementation and review of cases where the 
arbitration

200 Contractual Problems and their Solutions Third Edition

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200 Contractual Problems and their Solutions

Contents:

  • Procurement
  • Tenders and Bidding
  • Design
  • Letters of Intent
  • Programme
  • Delays and Delay Analysis
  • Extensions of Time
  • Liquidated/Delay Damages
  • Variations
  • Loss and Expense/Additional Cost
  • Payment
  • Practical Completion and Defects
  • Rights and Remedies

Project Risk Management -Study Hints Test

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Project Risk Management

Contents:
  • Project risk management
  • Plan risk management
  • Identify risks
  • Identify risks tools and techniques
  • Risk register
  • Perform qualitative risk analysis
  • Perform quantitative risk analysis
  • Plan risk responses
  • Control risks

CONSTRUCTION QUALITY ASSURANCE WORKPLAN

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CONSTRUCTION QUALITY ASSURANCE WORKPLAN

Planning and Project Management

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Planning and Project Management

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Guide for Calculation of Project Delays for Claims preparation

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Guide for Calculation of Project Delays for Claims preparation


MS Project 2013 In Arabic

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MS Project 2013 In Arabic


Reports and schedules in Civil Construction Industry

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Reports and schedules in Civil Construction Industry

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Construction Superintendent Operations Manual

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Construction Superintendent Operations Manual

The boss brings in the work, the project manager assembles the team—but it is the project superintendent who is going to get the project built. The project superintendent’s role in the construction process is a critical one. He or she is the field general, directing tens or hundreds of skilled tradespeople to ensure the timely completion of the project, provide assurance that the contract requirements will be met, and, hopefully, allow the company to turn a profit. The project superintendent needs people skills, technical know-how, and mastery of the carrot-and-stick management approach. These frontline supervisors are always willing to lend a helpful hand or a sympathetic ear, but they are also tough when required, always mindful of the C’s required for a successful

Praise for Leading and Managing Innovation

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Praise for Leading and Managing Innovation

today are achieved through projects and programs.
Executives in all business, industrial, governmental, and non-governmental organizations need to fully understand the differences between operational and project management principles and practices to best take advantage of the power of effective project management and thereby lead and manage innovations within their enterprise.
This book seeks to satisfy that need by presenting concise descriptions of (1) the key concepts underlying project and program management, (2) the important characteristics of projects and programs, (3) how they are best governed and managed, and (4) how to determine if the desired benefits have actually been achieved.
It also describes what executives can reasonably demand of the project management discipline and of the executives and managers responsible for that discipline within their organizations.
We do not attempt to go into the details here of project planning, estimating, scheduling, reporting, and control. A typical description of a project manager’s responsibilities for one specific type of project is presented in order to convey the integrative characteristics of that important role in project management

Primavera Project Planner for Windows

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Primavera Project Planner for Windows

Practice Standard for Scheduling of Project Management Institute

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Practice Standard for Scheduling

Contents:
  • The Schedule Development Process
  • Schedule Model Good Practices Overview
  • Scheduling Components

The Practice Standard for Scheduling has been developed as a complement to A Guide
to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide–Third Edition) in the
Knowledge Area of Project Time Management. This practice standard describes the
methods related to scheduling that are generally recognized as good practice for most
projects most of the time. Good practice means that there is general agreement that
the correct application of these skills, tools, and techniques can enhance the chances
of success over a wide range of different projects. Good practice does not mean that
the knowledge described should always be applied uniformly on all projects; the
project management team is responsible for determining what is appropriate for any
given project.

Contract Costing in Construction Projects Tenders

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Contract Costing in Construction Projects Tenders

The research hypothesis depends on the existence of a general
phenomenon in the contracts business of the contractors represented in
the fact that the actual costs of the contracts expended during the
execution period exceed the estimated costs of the constructive contracts
in the tender presentation phase , resulting in a financial shortage and
economic problems for the contractors. The research has adopted the
lifecycle of system building which goes through different phases.

certified Cost Professional exam

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Certified Cost Professional exam

In order to sit for the exam, you must first fill out an application and your application must be qualified by the CCP Committee. See 6 Steps to Certification and Application for more information about the application process. The examination includes 200 multiple choice, true/false, and fill-in-the-blank questions, equally divided among the ten topics listed in the CCP Practice Exam. Two essay questions, from a choice of seven topics, must also be answered. In addition, applicants can earn an extra five points by completing a third essay question, which will be reviewed only if the exam score is borderline.

Practice Standard for EARNED VALUE MANAGEMENT

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Practice Standard for EARNED VALUE MANAGEMENT

Contents:
  • Basic Elements of Earned Value Management
  • EVM Performance Analysis and Forecasting
  • Guidance for the Use of Key EVM Practices

The Practice Standard for Earned Value Management (EVM) has been developed as a
supplement to A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide).
The Practice Standard for EVM is designed to provide readers who are familiar with
the PMBOK Guide with a fundamental understanding of the principles of EVM and
its role in facilitating effective project management.

Engineering Management By Huthaifa Khalil

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Engineering Management By Huthaifa Khalil

Engineer Management is concerned with the design, installation, and
improvement of integrated systems of people, material, information, equipment,
and energy by drawing upon specialized knowledge and skills in the
mathematical, physical, and social sciences, together with the principles and
methods of engineering analysis and design to specify, predict, and evaluate the
results to be obtained from such systems.



Scientific discipline, which designs, implements and/or develops models,
processes and systems by taking into account the engineering relationships
between the management tasks of planning, organizing, leading and controlling
and the human element in production, research, marketing, finance and other
services.

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Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures-Second Edition

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Practice Standard for Work Breakdown Structures-Second Edition

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