Can anyone direct me to any useful articles written on Titanic as an example of project management particularly about the important stakeholders- White star line Mr Ismay, Lord Perrie, JP Morgan and Insurers LLoyds of London. Thank you.
Haas is a solid author and of all Titanic books, I'd recommend this and Layton's "On a sea of Glass" most of all (save of course Lord's classic). Yet I'm not sure this would be much more "Project Management"-centered than other major books on the Titanic.
I'd say we are still waiting for the ultimate book on the White Star line history described from a financial-industrial-management point of view. I'd be the first one to buy such a book though.