Project Management for Planners

A Practical Guide

By Terry Clark, AICP

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Busy urban planners who increasingly are required to do more, faster, with less are uniquely qualified to use structured project management, a technique long practiced by the military and the construction and information technology industries. AICP member and certified project manager Terry Clark tell planners how to use this proven system to write comprehensive plans, review development propos...

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Page Count
138
Date Published
Jan. 1, 2002
ISBN
978-1-884829-63-5
Format
Paperback
Publisher
APA Planners Press

About the Authors

Terry Clark
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Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgements

1. Introduction
Welcome • Not new • It's not just for engineers anymore • Professional development • The latest fad? • What is project management • Review

2. To manager and supervisors
Introduction • Planning staff are self-motivators • Beyond motivation • The importance to planning managers • Let go! • Review

3. Initiating
Interview • Initiating • Review

4. Planning
Interview • Planning • Review

5. Executing
Interview • Executing • Review

6. Controlling
Interview • Closing • Review

7. Closing
Interview • Closing • Review

8. Case studies
Introduction • Case Study #1:Saving the Everglades • Case Study #2:The little town that could • Case Study #3: A sub, is a sub, is a sub • Case Study #4: Water, water everywhere

9. Perspectives
Introduction • Affirmations • Conclusion