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Title:Case Studies in Project Management: Project Phoenix: Rebuilding an American Landmark. Individual Case
Author:Edited by Dr. Frank T. Anbari
Pages:18
Format:Paperback
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Detailed Description:Teaching the principles and applications of project management can be quite challenging for educators and trainers. To help arm instructors with pragmatic teaching tools, PMI is offering ten individual, broadly recognized, detailed project management case studies, which instructors can use as guidebooks for course work design and content.

The ten case studies were compiled and edited by Dr. Frank T. Anbari and are based on work by students of George Washington University. Teaching the principles and applications of project management can be quite challenging for educators and trainers. To help arm instructors with pragmatic teaching tools, PMI will offer ten individual, broadly recognized, detailed project management case studies, which instructors can use as guidebooks for course work design and content. The ten case studies were compiled and edited by Dr. Frank T. Anbari and are based on work by students of George Washington University.

In addition to the in-depth case study descriptions, there are several reader questions at the end of each phase of the project. This case with teaching notes and background information will guide education providers in the use of each case study. An instructor's set is also available which includes one case with teaching notes and 15 copies of the individual case.

CASE DESCRIPTION: On 11 September 2001, a hijacked, fully fueled American Airlines® Boeing® 757 plane, traveling at 350 miles per hour was deliberately flown into the USA Pentagon (Pentagon) in Washington, DC. The plane struck the western face on the Heliport side of the Pentagon low to the ground and entered Wedge 1 (1,000,000-square-feet) just to the north of Corridor 4 on the first and second floors. The area was five days from completion of its undergoing renovation. This case study will follow the details of rebuilding an American landmark.
Publisher:Project Management Institute
Date Published:2005
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ISBN10:1930699514
ISBN13:9781930699519
PMI Product ID:00100076801
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