This book blends academic rigor and real world experience on the agile and planning schools of project management and the process of becoming a project leader.
To some, project management is all about logically and rationally planning out dependencies and mapping them out into a flawless plan;
With a treatment of both the technical and behavioral issues in project management, this book offers coverage of a broad range of industries to which project management principles can be applied. It focuses on how project management is integral to the organization as a whole.
Intended for teaching project management at the advanced undergraduate or master's level, this text is appropriate for classes on the management of service, product, engineering projects, as well as information systems (IS). It also addresses project management from a management perspective rather than a cookbook, special area treatise.
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Offers you and your other project management team members the information and tools that are needed to successfully execute change within your team and ultimately your organization. This book lets you and your team determine the resources requirements; build a conceptual work plan; and, identify the risks and obstacles.
How to make sure that projects run to budget and schedule - and deliver the intended results. This book explains principles and techniques of project management and how they are interconnected with the day-to-day management of a business. It helps firms deliver successful project outcomes and achieve lasting benefit through effective change.
Gives you the skills to succeed at project management. This book helps you find out how to improve your project management skills by defining a project brief, identifying stakeholders and building a team.