Due to a lack of appreciation of the true economic identity of projects, techniques and metrics that could hugely improve project selection and performance are not being used. This book provides insights and innovative techniques drawn from more than a quarter century of experience. These techniques have the potential to transform program and project management from the current haphazard application of various techniques and metrics to an incisive and integrated approach where programs and projects are managed for the crucial economic and financial implications that are at the essence of every project investment.

chapter 1|28 pages

Redefining projects

chapter 2|12 pages

Of time and timing

chapter 3|18 pages

Tracking projects by investment value

chapter 4|22 pages

Managing project time

chapter 6|24 pages

Combining project investment tools

chapter 7|22 pages

Of resources and rightsizing

chapter 8|26 pages

Fundamentals of earned value

chapter 9|14 pages

Advanced earned value

chapter 10|4 pages