Project Management Books [Page 13 of 474]
Software Project Management
Chandramouli and Saikat Dutt
Publisher: PEARSON INDIA
Gareth Lewis, Institute of Management Staff
Publisher: Pergamon Open Learning
Construction Project Management
Sears, S. Keoki, Sears, Glenn A., Clough, Richard H., Rounds, Jerald L., Segner, Robert O.
Mark J. Hiltz
Publisher: Gloucester, Ont. : M.j. Hiltz, 1992, C1991.
Visualizing Project Management
Forsberg, Kevin, Mooz, Hal, Cotterman, Howard
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons
Modern Project Management
Publisher: New Age International Pvt Ltd Publishers
Successful Project Management
Gido, Jack, Clements, James P.
Publisher: South-Western College Pub
Successful Project Management
Project Management Software, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Project Management Software
Publisher: Pearson Technology Group
Pmp Project Management
Contemporary Project Management
Statistics, Business & Economics -> Decision Sciences -> Business Statistics
Timothy Kloppenborg; Vittal S. Anantatmula; Kathryn Wells
Publisher: Cengage Learning US
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Project Management 2.0
Doe Project Management
U S Government Accountability Offi Gao
Guerrilla Project Management
Kenneth T. Hanley, Kenneth T. Hanley M.Eng.
Publisher: Berrett-koehler Publishers
Project Management Essentials
Adedeji Bodunde Badiru
Publisher: Crc Press
Proactive Project Management
General, Organizations & Institutions, General, Professional, Career & Trade -> Education -> General, Professional, Career & Trade -> Education -> Organizations & Institutions, Professional, Career & Trade -> Education -> Curriculum & Instruction
Publisher: Van Haren Publishing
Project Management Basics
Management, General, Business & Economics -> Management -> Principles of Management, Professional, Career & Trade -> Engineering -> Software Engineering, SCI14029, SUCO41169, SC515020, 3248, 5758, 7052, 5482
Publisher: Springer Nature
Agile Project Management Essentials from the Project Management Journal
Gert Fricker, Peter Langguth, Heidi Wunderli-Allenspach
The development of the Agile Movement, whatever the area of application or discipline, comes from the famous "faster, cheaper, better" maxim. As such, the agile manufacturing paradigm rests on four principles: response to change and uncertainty, supplying highly customized products, synthesis of diverse technologies, and intra-enterprise and inter-enterprise integration.
For the reader interested in agile project management applications, response to changes, and transformations and its impact on managing projects, this book is a must-read. Various insights are covered, including:
- how to master complexity and changes in projects, economy, and society;
- how interaction between the project management team and project owners can influence risk management;
- how to move beyond the traditional mechanistic project management approach;
- how to include agile principles into an improved Logical Framework Analysis structure;
- what the impact isof agile principles on project management organizations
- what kind of innovative project management practice supports agile principles;
- and much more.
Project Management Techniques
Project Management, Entrepreneurship, Business & Economics -> MIS -> Project Management, Business & Economics -> Management -> Entrepreneurship
Publisher: Burke Publishing
Project Management Techniques third edition has been written as a comprehensive explanation on how to use the special project management tools and techniques, processes, plans and methodologies. The text is supported with plenty of worked examples, exercises, PowerPoint slides and multi choice questions (MCQs).The content of this book has been updated to include the latest editions of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) and the Association of Project Management's Body of Knowledge (APM BoK). PMT 3ed provides a broad based introduction and explanation of the tools and techniques, terminology and definitions associated with the body of knowledge, and the calculations used by the planning software. This educational book will also be of value to contractors, suppliers, consultants and other stakeholders who participate in projects and need to be aware of the project management process.
Advanced Project Management
Orr, Alan D.
Publisher: Kogan Page
project Management Has Become One Of The Most Valued Skills In Business. It Is Especially Valuable When A Company Undertakes A Major Project Where They Need Project Managers With Advanced Skills. To Move From Intermediate To Advanced Project Management, A Project Manager Must Understand Not Only The Project Itself, But Also The Overall Needs Of The Company. They Must Know How To Build And Manage Teams, Handle Large Budgets, And Appreciate The Difference Between Managing The Project And Managing The Stakeholders. advanced Project Management Clearly Explains These Skills. It Sets Out The Processes, Methods, And Tools That Enable A Project Manger To Handle Complex Projects.
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Peter W. G. Morris
This hugely informative and wide-ranging analysis on the management of projects, past, present and future, is written both for practitioners and scholars. Beginning with a history of the discipline's development, Reconstructing Project Management provides an extensive commentary on its practices and theoretical underpinnings, and concludes with proposals to improve its relevancy and value. Written not without a hint of attitude, this is by no means simply another project management textbook.
The thesis of the book is that 'it all depends on how you define the subject'; that much of our present thinking about project management as traditionally defined is sometimes boring, conceptually weak, and of limited application, whereas in reality it can be exciting, challenging and enormously important. The book draws on leading scholarship and case studies to explore this thesis.
The book is divided into three major parts. Following an Introduction setting the scene, Part 1 covers the origins of modern project management – how the discipline has come to be what it is typically said to be; how it has been constructed – and the limitations of this traditional model. Part 2 presents an enlarged view of the discipline and then deconstructs this into its principal elements. Part 3 then reconstructs these elements to address the challenges facing society, and the implications for the discipline, in the years ahead. A final section reprises the sweep of the discipline's development and summarises the principal insights from the book.
This thoughtful commentary on project (and program, and portfolio) management as it has developed and has been practiced over the last 60-plus years, and as it may be over the next 20 to 40, draws on examples from many industry sectors around the world. It is a seminal work, required reading for everyone interested in projects and their management.