Description - Commercial Management of Projects by David Lowe
This book presents the current state of knowledge concerning commercial management and presents a research agenda for the development of an underlining theory. It establishes an intellectual framework for this area, bringing together contributions from the leading academics in the field. The book is divided into three main sections. First, Context: will outline research into the background and environment within which commercial managers operate; second, Process: will present research into the process of commercial management, while the third, Techniques: will cover research into techniques adopted by commercial managers.
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(251mm x 194mm x 32mm)
Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley & Sons Ltd)
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Author Biography - David Lowe
Dr David Lowe is Senior Lecturer in Commercial Project Management and leads the Management of Projects Research Group in the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering at the University of Manchester. He is Programme Director for the highly successful MSc in the Management of Projects, and joint programme director for a distance-learning MSc in Commercial Management, a bespoke programme for a consortium of blue-chip companies. Dr Roine Leiringer is Research Fellow at the School of Construction Management and Engineering, The University of Reading. CONTRIBUTORS: Professor Jan Brochner Michael Brown Professor Andrew Cox Dr Andrew Davies Dr Richard Fellows Dr Peter Fenn Professor Marc Georgen Professor Michael Hobday Professor Malcolm Horner Dr Will Hughes Dr David Hugill Dr Paul Ireland Dr Kalle Kahkonen Professor John Kelly Dr Malik Khalfan Professor David Langford Dr Roine Leiringer Dr David Lowe Dr Peter McDermott Krisen Moodley Dr Mike Murray Dr Christopher Preece Dr Luc Renneboog Dr Andrew Ross Professor Martin Skitmore Dr Hedley Smyth Dr Will Swan Professor Graham M Winch