Project Planning, Process & Control–Chapter 14: Improving Project Processes

This blog post is part of a series that summarizes the 5th edition of the classic project manager’s handbook Project Planning, Scheduling & Control by James L. Lewis, Ph.D., the founder of the Lewis Institute, Inc.    I wanted to go through the book and take notes for my own use, but also in the hope that my summary would be of interest to both those already in the project management field or those who want to enter that field.

Section One of the book covers Introduction to Project Management, and contains Chapters 1 through 5.

Section Two of the book covers Project Definition, and contains Chapter 6.

Section Three of the book covers Project Planning, and contains Chapters 7 through 11.

Section Four of the book covers Execution and Control, and contains Chapters 12 and 13.

Section Five of this book covers Other Issues in Project Management, and contains Chapters 14 through 21.  This post covers chapter 14.



2 Responses

  1. Where is the actual content? Where is your review, this is just the summary of the title page.

    • Sorry, Dan, I had a major project that I needed to complete this week, and I’m behind on producing the content in this series based on James Lewis’ book. I’m trying to catch up this weekend, so check back to the website next week.

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