1 Leading change through projects PART ONE: MANAGING THE CONTEXT 2 Projects for delivering beneficial change 3 Project success and strategy 4 The people involved PART TWO: MANAGING PERFORMANCE 5 Managing scope 6 Managing project organization 7 Managing quality 8 Managing cost 9 Managing time 10 Managing risk PART THREE: MANAGING THE PROCESS 11 The project process 12 Project start-up 13 Project execution and control 14 Project close-out PART FOUR: GOVERNANCE OF PROJECT-BASED MANAGEMENT 15 Project governance 16 Program and portfolio management 17 Developing organizational capability 18 Governance of the project-based organization 19 International projects 20 Epilogue Appendix A: Project definition report for the CRMO Rationalization Project Appendix B: Project control documents for the CRMO Rationalization Project
Rodney Turner is Professor of Project Management at the Kemmy Business School of the University of Limerick and at the Lille School of Management. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Technology, Sydney and Educatis University, Zurich, and Visiting Professor at Henley Management College and George Washington University. Rodney Turner is the author or editor of fourteen books. He is editor of The International Journal of Project Management, and has written articles for journals, conferences, and magazines. He lectures on and teaches project management worldwide. From 1991 to 2004, Rodney was a member of Council of the UK's Association for Project Management, with two years as Treasurer and two as Chairman. He is now a Vice-President. From 1999 to 2002, he was President and then Chairman of the International Project Management Association, the global federation of national associations in project management, of which APM is the largest member. He has also helped to establish the Benelux Region of the European Construction Institute as foundation Operations Director. Rodney is director of several SMEs and a member of the Institute of Directors. He is also a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and of the Association for Project Management.