Computers, Quantity Surveyors and Project Management
• Identify those parts of the project management process to which computers are most likely to be applied.
• Comment on the early history of computer based project management systems.
• Identify and comment on the features which a good project management system should possess.
• Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of modern microcomputer based project management software.
• Comment on the use of computer systems in the selection of an appropriate procurement methodology.
• Comment upon the possible uses of computers in quality control.
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