Scope (project management)
About: Scope (project management) is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 26209 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 361079 citation(s).
01 Jan 2007-
Abstract: 1. INTRODUCTION 2. THE AIMS AND SCOPE OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS 3. BIOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF RADIOLOGICAL PROTECTION 4. QUANTITIES USED IN RADIOLOGICAL PROTECTION 5. THE SYSTEM OF RADIOLOGICAL PROTECTION OF HUMANS 6. IMPLEMENTATION OF THE COMMISSION'S RECOMMENDATIONS 7. MEDICAL EXPOSURE OF PATIENTS, COMFORTERS AND CARERS, AND VOLUNTEERS in BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH 8. PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT
Topics: Scope (project management) (54%)
01 Mar 2001-
Abstract: From the Publisher: "Broad in scope, thorough yet accessible, this book is a self-contained introduction to self-organization and complexity in biology - a field of study at the forefront of life sciences research."--BOOK JACKET.
Topics: Scope (project management) (51%)
Albert Bandura1•Institutions (1)
01 Feb 1986-Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology
Abstract: Convergent evidence from the diverse lines of research reported in the present special issue of this journal attests to the explanatory and predictive generality of self-efficacy theory. This commentary addresses itself to conceptual and empirical issues concerning the nature and function of self-percepts of efficacy.
Jeroen B. Guinée1•Institutions (1)
31 May 2002-
Abstract: Preface. Foreword. Part 1: LCA in Perspective. 1. Why a new Guide to LCA? 2. Main characteristics of LCA. 3. International developments. 4. Guiding principles for the present Guide. 5. Reading guide. Part 2a: Guide. Reading guidance. 1. Management of LCA projects: procedures. 2. Goal and scope definition. 3. Inventory analysis. 4. Impact assessment. 5. Interpretation. Appendix A: Terms, definitions and abbreviations. Part 2b: Operational annex. List of tables. Reading guidance. 1. Management of LCA projects: procedures. 2. Goal and scope definition. 3. Inventory analysis. 4. Impact assessment. 5. Interpretation. 6. References. Part 3: Scientific background. Reading guidance. 1. General introduction. 2. Goal and scope definition. 3. Inventory analysis. 4. Impact assessment. 5. Interpretation. 6. References. Annex A: Contributors. Appendix B: Areas of application of LCA. Appendix C: Partitioning economic inputs and outputs to product systems.
01 Jan 1973-
Abstract: The classic of common-sense economics. "Enormously broad in scope, pithily weaving together threads from Galbraith and Gandhi, capitalism and Buddhism, science and psychology."-- The New Republic