Global Engineering Project Management

  • 3h 29m
  • M. Kemal Atesmen
  • CRC Press
  • 2008

We are in an world with no economic borders and engineers too must learn how to manage projects in step with international participation. Global Engineering Project Management aligns real-world experiences in international project management with practical project management principals. The book's scope covers all phases of an international project with real case examples. Written as a hands-on reference, it shows how to anticipate and prepare for upcoming challenges, covering everything from start-up planning and post-project evaluation, to concerns over supply management, cost containment, and intellectual property. Every chapter ends with a checklist to remind managers of issues they must prepare for or oversee.

About the Author

M. Kemal Atesmen completed all of his degrees in mechanical engineering. He earned his B.Sc. from Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, M.Sc. from Stanford University, Stanford, California, and Ph.D. from Colorado State University in Fort Collins. He is a life member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. He initially pursued academic and industrial careers in parallel and became an associate professor in mechanical engineering before dedicating his professional life to international engineering project management and engineering management for 33 years. He helped many young engineers in the international arena to bridge the gap between college and professional life in automotive, computer component, data communication, and offshore oil industries.

In this Book

  • What Is an International Engineering Project?
  • Who Is an International Engineering Project Manager?
  • Getting an International Project
  • Planning an International Project
  • Executing an International Project
  • Closing an International Project