Department: Portfolio of Master Programmes in Project Management
Module Description: The philosophy behind the unit is to emulate the professional practice setting and reinforce students’ theoretical, practical and employability skills. Students must also demonstrate practical project management skills in scheduling task activities, allocating responsibility and appropriate resources, time management and organisational skills at an advanced level.
CIOB. (2014). Code of practice for project management for construction and development. 5th edn. Hoboken: John Wiley.
Sinclair, D. (2013). Assembling a collaborative project team: practical tools including multi-disciplinary schedules of services. London: RIBA Publishing.
Walker, D. H. T. and Rowlinson, S. M. (2008). Procurement systems: a cross-industry project management perspective. London: Taylor & Francis.
Akintoye, A., Goulding, J. and Zawdie, G. (2012). Construction innovation and process improvement. Wiley-Blackwell.
Harris, F. and McCaffer, R. (2013). Modern construction management. 7th edn. Wiley-Blackwell.
Newcomb, W. (2003). From client to project stakeholder: a stakeholder mapping approach. Construction Management and Economics, vol. 21, pp. 841–848.
Turner, J. R. (2003). Contracting for project management. England: Gower.
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Pica. M. and Archibald, R.D. (2015). Project life cycle economics: cost estimation, management and effectiveness in construction projects. Taylor & Francis Group. Open resource
Kloppenborg, T. J. (2019). Contemporary project management. 4th ed. South-Western Cengage Learning.