Project Management

Richard Murch

Editura: Prentice Hall
Project management leadership is today's #1 business skill. Talented, knowledgeable project managers command the best assignments and compensation: they are the future leaders of business. But expert project managers aren't born that way: they've learned specific, proven techniques and strategies for achieving outstanding results. In Project Management, Richard Murch shares those techniques and strategies. Whether you're managing your first project, or you're an experienced project manager facing tough, new challenges, Project Management offers expert solutions. Start by mastering the fundamentals of project management, including planning, reporting, team building, and team leadership. Understand the entire project lifecycle: planning, analysis, design, construction, testing, rollout, and beyond. Learn practical ways to respond to incessant changes in market conditions, resources, requirements and schedules; and learn how to manage risks and problems more effectively. Master today's latest rapid software development methodologies and techniques; and discover how to handle the unique challenges of IT and knowledge management projects. Finally, leverage the latest Internet and intranet-based project management tools and resources.
  • Limba : Engleza
  • Cuprins :

    I. INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT.

    1. Evolution of Project Management.

    Introduction. Industrial Revolution. Key People in Early Project Management. Other Significant Events. Conclusions.

    II. PRINCIPLES OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT.

    2. Basic Skills for Project Managers`.

    Introduction. What Does a Project Manager Do? Necessary Skills. Personal Skills. Technical Skills. Management Skills. Coping Skills. Manage One Project-or Many? Project Management Skills Development. Keys to a Successful Skills Management Endeavor. Conclusions.

    3. Project Planning and Reporting.

    Introduction. Project Planning Deliverables. Project Standards. How Much Detail? Project Status -An Example. Customer Satisfaction/Follow-On Potential. Conclusions.

    4. Project Teams.

    Shortages in Information Technology Staff. Need for Retention. The Cost of Information Technology Staff Replacement- An Analysis. Retention-Meeting Needs. Conclusions.

    III. THE PROJECT MANAGE

  • Data Publicarii : 2001
  • Editie : 1
  • Format : Hardback
  • Numar pagini : 272
  • ISBN : 9780130219145
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