By Dona Herweck Rice
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Esta obra pretende facilitar a los alumnos el aprendizaje de los angeles administración de proyectos para que adquieran habilidades en los angeles ejecución de las prácticas clave de los cinco procesos considerados en el método del PMI (iniciación del proyecto, planificación, ejecución, seguimiento y regulate, y cierre) mediante los angeles asimilación de elementos conceptuales básicos, ejemplos, propuestas de ejercicios, solución de casos de estudio (tres en cada propuesta), realización de un proyecto y sugerencias de actividades de autoevaluación.
(Spanish) Paperback - August, 1995 by means of Martin Hechinger (Author), Wolfgang Knoll (Author)
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This is a nocturnal guerrilla band in the extreme, without possibilities of changing its manner of operating until the insurrection is so far advanced that it can take part as an active combatant in the siege of the city. The essential qualities of the guerrilla fighter in this situation are discipline (perhaps in the highest degree of all) and discretion. He cannot count on more than two or three friendly houses that will provide food; it is almost certain that an encirclement in these conditions will be equivalent to death.
Therefore, the suburban guerrilla will always be under the direct orders of chiefs located in another zone. html [8/24/2007 10:52:14 AM] Document Page 36 tions but to coordinate its activities with overall strategic plans in such a way as to support the action of larger groups situated in another area, contributing specifically to the success of a fixed tactical objective, without the operational freedom of guerrilla bands of the other types. For example, a suburban band will not be able to choose among the operations of destroying telephone lines, moving to make attacks in another locality, and surprising a patrol of soldiers on a distant road; it will do exactly what it is told.
To have a correct strategic appreciation from the point of view of the guerrilla band, it is necessary to analyze fundamentally what will be the enemy's mode of action. html [8/24/2007 10:52:01 AM] Document Page 15 the guerrilla band. The guerrilla fighter, on the other hand, must analyze the resources which the enemy has for trying to achieve that outcome: the means in men, in mobility, in popular support, in armaments, in capacity of leadership on which he can count. We must make our own strategy adequate on the basis of these studies, keeping in mind always the final objective of defeating the enemy army.