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Project Management Case Studies

Project Management Case Studies

Industrial Engineering, Trades & Technology -> Industrial Engineering -> Industrial Engineering
Harold R. Kerzner
Published: 2009-03-09
ISBN: 1118000323
Publisher: Wiley Professional Development (P&T)
Case studies have traditionally made up a significant portion of project management education and training. Now, this new edition of the most popular book of project management case studies includes more cases plus a "super case" on the Iridium Project. The only project management case studies book available to supplement the study of PM or preparation for the certification exam, this collection contains over 100 cases drawn from real companies illustrating both successful and poor implementation of project management. New cases cover areas of construction and international project management.

Project Management Circa 2025

Project Management Circa 2025

Project Management, Business & Economics -> MIS -> Project Management
Bopaya Bidanda
Published: 20091001
ISBN: 1628253398
Publisher: Independent Publishers Group (Chicago Review Press)
Project Management Circa 2025 provides the basics about how project management is used in the present, and how organizations will create a new state-of-the-art for project management. As readers learn what the future of project management might be, they will also see the likely impact on their own organizations, now and in the future.

Project Management For Dummies

Project Management For Dummies

Portny, Stanley E.
Published: 2013
ISBN: 1118497236
Publisher: For Dummies
In Today's Business World, Tight Project Deadlines And Stringent Expectations Are The Norm. This Hands-on Guide Introduces You To The Principles Of Project Management And Show You How To Put Them To Use So You Can Successfully Manage A Project From Start To Finish.

Knowledge and Project Management

Knowledge and Project Management

Information Management, Management, Strategic Planning, Business & Economics -> MIS -> Management Information Systems, Business & Economics -> Management -> Principles of Management, Business & Economics -> Management -> Strategic Management, SC515020, SC515030, SUCO41169, SC516000, 3248, 3120, 3647, 7052, 5660
Steve Prettyman
Published: 20170223
ISBN: 3319510673
Publisher: Springer Nature
This book argues that by integrating effective knowledge management (KM) with project management (PM), the overall project success rate can be improved significantly. It brings together the latest ideas and research on shared approaches to improve performance based on the research and experience of academics and practitioners. The structured collection of articles presents novel theoretical approaches and clear empirical evidence of the value of integrating the two distinct fields. It enables readers to better understand the need to merge KM with PM and appreciate the benefits. It also offers researchers an idea of what lies ahead and how to get there, and helps practitioners develop more suitable KM solutions for successful project outcomes.

Just Enough Project Management

Just Enough Project Management

Cook, Curtis
Published:
ISBN: 0070611009
Publisher:

Military Project Management Handbook

Military Project Management Handbook

Cleland, David I., Gallagher, James M.
Published: 1993
ISBN: 0070113300
Publisher: McGraw-Hill

Project Management For Engineers

Project Management For Engineers

Bennett, J Michael
Published: 2014
ISBN: 9813224851
Publisher: Wspc

Introduction to Project Management

Introduction to Project Management The Quick Reference Handbook

Anthony J. Matias
Published: 2015-08-04
ISBN: 0988230062
Publisher: Matias & Associates, PC

AntiPatterns in Project Management

AntiPatterns in Project Management

Brown, William J., McCormick III, Hays W. "Skip", Scott W. Thomas
Published: 2000
ISBN: 0471363669
Publisher: Wiley

SAP Project Management Pitfalls

Sap Project Management Pitfalls: How To Avoid The Most Common Pitfalls Of An Sap Solution How To Avoid The Most Common Pitfalls Of An Sap Solution

Data Processing, Storage & Retrieval, General, Computer Science, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Data Processing, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> System Administration, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Security, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Computer Science, SCI18032, SCI00001, SCI14050, SCI23001, SUCO12059, SCI28060, 3121, 2971, 4516, 5864
Jayaraman Kalaimani
Published: 20151230
ISBN: 1484213890
Publisher: Springer Nature

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Pro Web Project Management

Pro Web Project Management

Web Programming, Human-Computer Interaction, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Internet & WWW, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Special Topics, SCI29050, SCI24008, SUCO12059, 4085, 5230
Justin Emond; Chris Steins
Published: 20120113
ISBN: 1430240849
Publisher: Springer Nature

Lessons in Project Management

Lessons in Project Management

General, Professional, Career & Trade -> Engineering -> Software Engineering, SCI14002, 5482, SUCO12059
Jeffrey Mochal
Published: 20080101
ISBN: 1430208201
Publisher: Springer Nature

Information Technology Project Management

Information Technology Project Management

Information Technology, Project Management, Management Information Systems, General, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Information Technology, Trades & Technology -> Technical Trades -> Project Management, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Management Information Systems, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> General Interest
Schwalbe, Kathy
Published: 2015
ISBN: 1305177789
Publisher: Cengage Learning

Disaster Recovery Project Management

Disaster Recovery Project Management Bringing Order from Chaos

Building--Superintendence, Emergency management, TH438 .R34 2011, 363.34068
Randy R. Rapp
Published: 2011-08-25
ISBN: 1612491677
Publisher: Purdue University Press

The scope of disasters ranges from man-made emergency to natural calamity, from a kitchen grease fire to a hurricane or volcanic eruption. It may be just one house that is destroyed, or perhaps a whole infrastructure system is threatened. While each type of event requires a very different scale and type of immediate response, the project management challenges that face restoration and reconstruction professionals after the emergency phase is complete are remarkably similar. Using insights acquired through decades of real-world experience, as well as from his academic research and teaching responsibilities, the author explains pertinent requirements and methods for the contractors and other professionals who bring order from chaos. The first section of the book surveys the managerial skills required to confront the range of disasters that might be encountered and the different project environments involved. The second section examines the details of project management and administration, from materials management to health and safety. The third and final section provides an overview of restoration techniques, from restorative drying to debris management and demolition. This is the first systematic presentation of the tools and skills needed for disaster recovery project management. It is designed primarily for contractors (both large and small firms), although it will also be of value for those who might hire them, the communities they serve, and their organizational partners in the disaster recovery effort. Those who are new to disaster restoration and reconstruction will find the volume particularly useful. Focused on informing the management of projects that recover the built environment, after emergency conditions sufficiently stabilize, the volume supplements and complements books devoted to conventional construction or emergency relief management.


Project Management Maturity Model

Cybersecurity for Industrial Control Systems SCADA, DCS, PLC, HMI, and SIS

Project Management, Engineering (General), Information Technology, Business & Economics -> MIS -> Project Management, WB074, WB066, WB004, WB070, WB075, WB050, WB014, WB057, Professional, Career & Trade -> Engineering -> General Engineering, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Information Technology
J. Kent Crawford
Published: 20141029
ISBN: 1482255456
Publisher: CRC Press
Following in the tradition of its bestselling predecessors, Project Management Maturity Model, Third Edition provides a roadmap for improving project success and boosting organizational performance. This edition presents new and revised material based on the Project Management Institute’s (PMI’s) A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, Fifth Edition (PMBOK® Guide). Chapters are based on the 10 knowledge areas specified in PMI’s standard. A cornerstone of the author’s organization, PM Solutions, has been the Project Management Maturity Model (PMMMSM). This book fully describes the model to provide you with a comprehensive tool to improve your organization’s project management practices. The book covers the areas critical to organizational improvement, including the project management office, management oversight, and professional development. After reading this book, you will understand how to: Determine the maturity of your organization’s project management processes and use that information to address business needs Map a logical path to organization-wide process improvement Set priorities for short-term process improvement Assess the need for a project management office Track progress against your project management improvement plan Build and sustain a culture of project management excellence The book provides you with a conceptual framework to optimize specific project management processes and boost the capabilities of your organization. It presents best practices for determining portfolio maturity, setting short-term priorities, improving portfolio management processes, and tracking progress. It also includes a checklist for assessing your organization’s project management maturity as well as an updated version of PM Solutions’ Project Portfolio Management Maturity Model.

Project Management  In Construction

Project Management In Construction

Construction industry--Management, Project management, HD9715.A2 L44 2000, 624/.068/4
Levy, Sidney M.
Published: 1999
ISBN: 0071342303
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Sidney M. Levy. Includes Index.

Information Technology Project Management

Information Technology Project Management

Schwalbe, Kathy
Published: 2007
ISBN: 1423901452
Publisher: Course Technology

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROJECT MANAGEMENT, Fifth Edition weaves theory and practice together, presenting a comprehensive, integrated view of the many concepts, skills, tools, and techniques involved in information technology project management. With the strong pedagogical features and straightforward approach that made previous editions popular, this revised edition continues to address the critical skills needed for success in the ever-expanding field of project management, which has grown in its impact on an increasing number of professions, most notably information technology. The fifth edition has been updated to include a detailed guide to using Microsoft Project 2007, as well as extensive tips and practice questions to prepare readers for the latest Project Management Professional (PMP) exam. Written to the PMBOK? Guide 2004 set of standards, this resource will prove valuable to anyone entering the corporate world, as leaders in the industry place an increasingly high value on effective project managers and project teams.


Project Management Communications Bible

Project Management Communications Bible

Dow, William, Taylor, Bruce
Published: 2008
ISBN: 0470137401
Publisher: Wiley
William Dow, Bruce Taylor. Includes Index.

Fundamentals of Project Management

Fundamentals of Project Management

Cryptography, Security, General, General, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Security, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Internet & WWW, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Special Topics
Rory Burke
Published: 2010
ISBN: 0987668382
Publisher: Burke Publishing
Fundamentals of Project Management has been written for those new to project management who need a broad based introduction and explanation of the tools and techniques, terminology and definitions associated with the body of knowledge, and need an explanation of the calculations used by the planning software. At this level, it is essential the learners know how to perform all the calculations and administration functions. This book provides plenty of exercises and worked examples to guide them through the process. As a project co-ordinator or a project expeditor, the team members will be responsible for data collection, monitoring, processing, reporting and administration. This 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.

Information Systems Project Management

Group Work A Humanistic and Skills Building Approach

Management Information Systems, Professional, Career & Trade -> Computer Science -> Management Information Systems
David Avison; Gholamreza Torkzadeh
Published: 20080822
ISBN: 1483317129
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Inc. (US)
View IS project management as an art as well as a science. . . . There are a number of books out there on project management. What is different and specific about this book? There is a balance between socio-cultural and technical aspects and there is a balance between qualitative and quantitative aspects – project management is seen as both an art and a science. It provides an information systems orientation for project management: neither information technology oriented on the one side nor production and operations oriented on the other, but of application to both within an organizational-wide view. It stresses information systems as a whole, not just software development – no project is successful if only software aspects are considered. It gives a truly international view of the domain – examples and experiences from different parts of the world add richness as well as context to the material. Globalization has ensured that most projects take on an international dimension. The book provides a coherent explanation of the concerns of the project manager as the project develops through the project life cycle – it does not follow a 'kitchen sink approach'. Each chapter has the following consistent structure: introduction and outline, an exhibit, the main text with examples, chapter summary, exercises, discussion questions, interview with project manager and appendix – this structure provides coherence and consistency. The exhibit, interview and appendix contain real-world examples, experiences, case studies, discussion material, software descriptions and professional codes – these provide material for class discussion and group work. The material has been used on our courses in the United States, Europe and Australia, given to practitioners as well as students (both undergraduate and postgraduate) – it has been well tested as part of our own project managemenThe material in this text has been proven successful through repeated use in courses in the United States, Europe, and Australia, by practitioners as well as undergraduate and postgraduate students. Intended Audience This core text is designed for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses such as Management Information Systems, Computer Information Systems, Information Systems, and Decision and Information Systems in the departments of information systems, information technology, and business.

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