Effectively Managing Archaeology Projects
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It is a common lament: “I wish I had known that about projects when I started in CRM.” With the advent of Cultural Resources Management (CRM) archaeology in the early 1960s, business management became a fundamental part of what had been mostly a scholarly endeavor. It is now a billion-dollar industry, reliant on standard principles of project management for success. Christian Gerike, a veteran of decades of managing CRM archaeology projects, offers a guide to successfully managing projects based the business management literature and his own extensive experience.