Find our publications on project management available on Amazon.

Our latest work is summarized here.


For a majority of users, in this book:
– The basics of project management are indicated.
– It is shown how to analyze a project and establish its provisional schedule and then carry out an operational follow-up.

Steps to analyze different types of projects:
– from small projects to large projects well or badly perceived,
– very large projects which themselves include projects,
– for IT and research projects
– for public or private project ownership.

An easy-to-implement solution allows the operational monitoring of a project to know the consequences that have occurred in the event of delays since the start of the project. This will make it possible to see the corrective measures to be taken to reduce the drift observed.

A user will be able to quickly obtain an operational schedule for a type of project, as well as a provisional schedule that fits into the objectives of his project and then to follow its progress (in particular for IT projects in project management ).

To facilitate use, in addition to the nomenclature at the beginning of this book, a diagram shows the different chapters. Users will be directed to the header of each chapter where it will indicate what it contains.
The first chapters concern the basics of project management that non-specialists can consult.

In the following chapters various projects are presented with a view to obtaining their provisional schedule and consequently the monitoring of their progress.
For the last 3 chapters, these are complementary approaches for controlling deadlines; very large projects – project management projects – unforeseeable health risk processes.

From the summary diagram of the chapters, according to their knowledge and their needs, the users can directly consult the chapters which concern them.

At the top of each chapter, a summary will indicate its content and the steps that will be described.

The reading order of the chapters is according to the solution presented to prepare the analysis of the different types of projects in order to obtain their provisional schedule and then to follow the progress.
Breakdown of chapters

– the first chapters concern the basic data to be taken into account for project management,
– in those of the central part is shown how to analyze the projects according to their importance and their complexity,
– in the last is described how to analyze to obtain the planning and its follow-up of the progress of specific projects.

Remark :

Our new book, which we have just presented, brings together the approaches presented in our 2 previous books available on Amazon.

The first book was devoted to project management techniques for project management and project implementers.

The second was devoted to project management. The approaches indicated made it possible to take into account the particularities linked to the public or private sector.


This book deals with how to carry out the analysis of different types of project in order to establish their corresponding provisional schedule.

Thus a majority of users, with the only knowledge of their activity, will be able to establish their provisional schedules of their projects to know how:

  • define the structure of a project
  • differentiate between the importance of tasks
  • analyze the project by parts
  • establish your provisional schedule
  • meet your target deadline

To facilitate the development of the schedule, an operational calendar of a type of project can be used to quickly establish a draft provisional schedule to be refined.
Adapt a solution to allow effective monitoring of the progress of a project to detect the consequences that have arisen in the event of delays since its start.


To follow the progress of the phases, in cascades of the studies and the development of the market upstream of its execution phase, the specialists of the Project Management company will establish the decision-making calendar for their different types of projects. Users, from a simulation of this schedule, will be able to obtain the provisional schedule of the progress of their project which falls within the target time, then to follow its realization.

In addition, the possibility of adapting it to an operational schedule by adding benchmarks to it. These will also be required of the contractor to integrate them into his execution schedule. These markers will make it possible to follow the progress of the execution of the project in order to be able to detect as soon as possible the consequences of a drift, following the delays that have occurred, to see the corrective measures to be taken.

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