5 edition of Project management for managers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 169-173) and index.
|Statement||Mihály Görög, Nigel J. Smith.|
|Contributions||Smith, Nigel J.|
|LC Classifications||HD69.P75 G67 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 179 p. :|
|Number of Pages||179|
|LC Control Number||98040818|
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This book provides a practical guide for functional managers to learn what project managers and teams are doing—or should be doing—and to acquire the four critical project management skills to be an active, value-adding participant to the project organization:Brand: AMACOM. I did an masters degree (online) fairly late in life (mid forties) with a major in project management. The curriculum was almost all essay writing and early feedback from my professors was, “Well-written, but we don’t care about your opinion — cit.
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Another project management book that covers the project management lifecycle, beginning from ideation and planning to closing and post-project management. Beginners can really make use of this book to learn about building a project plan and proper work breakdown structure (WBS), creating budgets and timelines.
In order to become a great project manager, you need to know how to work with a lot of moving parts, organize teams, meet deadlines and stay within budget.
Project management is complex and requires elements of psychology, business and even game theory. The books below will set you well on your way to becoming a better PM, whether you’re just starting out in the field or have decades of.
A Guide to the Project Management Body of. Fast Focus: A Quick-Start Guide To Mastering. Unlimited Memory: How to Use Advanced. A Guide to the Project Management Body of. The Book.
Project Management for Non-Project Managers is a simply written, down-to-earth guide that will help you understand your role in any project, and enable you to use project management techniques to actively participate in and ensure the successful completion of any project by: 1.
“Project Management for Non-Project Managers is a great book that will enable managers to understand the value of project management and how they must contribute to a successful project, and educate future business leaders to drive positive organizational change.”/5(11).
1. A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge. Author: Project Management Institute (PMI) Widely regarded as the original project management bible, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (also known as the PMBOK Guide, and originally published in ) is an page behemoth designed for those who are looking to earn the Author: Siôn Phillpott.
A Project Manager's Book of Forms is an essential companion to the Project Management Institute's A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge. Packed with ready-made forms for managing every stage in any project, this book offers both new and experienced project managers an invaluable resource for thorough documentation and repeatable by: 1.
4. Project Pain Reliever: A Just-In-Time Handbook for Anyone Managing Projects by Dave Garrett. As many as 36 seasoned project managers, including popular authors Peter Taylor, Elizabeth Harrin, Cornelius Fichtner and Wrike CEO Andrew Filev, got together to share solutions for many common project management challenges.
List of Top 9 Best Project Management Books #1 – Project Management for the Unofficial Project Manager. This edition is for all kinds of employees whether #2 – The Fast Forward MBA in Project Management.
This is a complete guide targeted towards exceptional and unique levels #3. The Second Edition of this comprehensive book, discusses the fundamental aspects of Project Management in a student-friendly manner. It deals with topics such as project life cycle, project selection, feasibility study and techniques like PERT and CPM for project control.
"Project Management for the Unofficial Project Manager is the best business improvement book that I have ever read. This book will become the guide for all of our future projects Any person who follows the advice in this book will find a tremendous, positive impact on their career."/5().
6. Brilliant Project Management: What the best project managers know, do, and say. Stephen Barker and Rob Cole have about 35 years of PM experience between them.
The third edition paperback was published in June by UK publisher Pearson. Their book has pages. Essentially, despite having different leadership styles and backgrounds, these successful managers share one thing in common: they don't hesitate to break rules held sacred by conventional wisdom.
The management book also features 12 statements that help distinguish a company's strongest department from the others. Best Project Management Books A list of books that inform and provide practical information on Project Management tools, techniques, products, strategy and tactics.
Agile Coaches, and Project Managers in Transition by. Lyssa Adkins. avg rating —. Essential project management forms aligned to the PMBOK ® Guide—Sixth Edition.
A Project Manager's Book of Forms is an essential companion to the Project Management Institute's A Guide to the Project Management Body of with ready-made forms for managing every stage in any project, this book offers both new and experienced project managers an Author: Cynthia Snyder Dionisio.
Project management doesn’t exist in a vacuum—there are always stakeholders outside of the immediate reach of project managers, whether they be regulators or competitors.
This book teaches project managers how to work efficiently and effectively with these complex : Andrew Conrad. 2. Project Management: Absolute Beginner’s Guide. As the title of the book suggests, this is for those who are just about to embark on the voyage of becoming a project manager or have never been at the sea of managing projects before.
Learn how to take the helm with Project Management: An Absolute Beginner’s Guide if you are a greenhorn. We read the book and found its. Insights: Project managers working in a technology focused environment will find Taylor Olson’s book very helpful as it gives a step-by-step guide to digital project management.
From creating a project scope document to search engine optimization, Taylor tackles everything a digital project manager may face in a very concise manner. A Girl's Guide to Project Management is a blog for project, programme and portfolio managers and project delivery professionals.
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One of the most important parts of becoming a successful construction manager is learning how to plan a project from start to finish. This book walks you through the skills you will need to master to do so, as well as how to use the most commonly used software for doing so, including Microsoft Project, Primavera Project Planner (P3), SureTrak, P6 Project Manager and Contractor.
Being a good project manager requires learning each and every day. While there are many great resources for project management you can use, often, a valuable book will be the best choice. But what book should you read first and will it really help you to make progress?
We asked 7 project management experts for their favorite project management. This book describes the critical project management skills even as it lists out step-by-step guidelines for project management process.
Interesting case studies, step-by-step guidelines, and illustrations for mastering these skills provide easy-to-read explanations of all project management basics that managers need to achieve project success.Download free project management e-books that can help with everything from how to be a better PM, to managing projects and teams of any size.