8 edition of Real World Project Management found in the catalog.
February 8, 2008
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||480|
“The book is structured around five main areas of project management: budgeting, scoping, teams, planning and the project manager. The book is not for those wanting to learn the theory of project management. there are others for that. Designed for project managers who know the theory of project management, Shortcuts to Success: Project Management in the Real World is a book for all project managers who want to take a step further and bring their project on a higher level. This book is a collection of over years of PM experience, whose goal is to show you how other people run their projects outside the textbooks and papers.
Beginner project management books. Intermediate project management books. Advanced project management and leadership books. Industry-specific project management books. Beginner project management books. Whether you just fell into the role or are hoping to break into it soon, these books will help you nail the basics and ramp up quickly. 1. The book includes dozens of tricks, insights, and contributions from real project managers sharing what has made a difference for them when managing real-world projects. If you are looking for easy-to-use tools and processes to make an immediate impact on your current IT project, PM Crash Course™ for IT Professionals is the resource for you/5(3).
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Richard Perrin's new book, Real-World Project Management, provides the skills and strategies that every project manager needs to successfully complete projects in virtually any field.
With a particular focus on service, manufacturing, and IT projects, this thoughtful guide shows you how to become more knowledgeable and efficient in the real world of project by: 8. In a sea of overcrowded books filled with project management THEORY, 'Project Management That Works' is a standout read that focuses instead on real-world application and examples.
As Morris writes: "There is a significant gap between the principles of project management and the application of project management in many corporate environments/5(5). Great Project Management book.
It reads just as described. - "it’s about the nitty-gritty daily aspects that a hard core project manager goes through in the real world. It has all the trials and tribulations that you need to face. Dealing with a team of people is very hard.
Knowing how to get the best out of them "/5(2). Fictionalized, perfect-world project management advice doesn't work in the real world.
In this concise guide, leading project management consultant and author Joseph Phillips (PMP, Project+, CTT+) provides you with the whole project management picture in plain langauge. Project Management in the Real World book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This highly accessible guide summarizes over year /5(6). Authored by world-renowned project management trainer Rita Mulcahy, this book will help you get your IT projects back on track using proven, real-world project management tools and techniques.
This revolutionary Course in a Book® covers the basics of project management, including planning, scheduling, budgeting, and more/5(13). Project Management is an art as well as a science and to master it a companion like this book is a definite help for all project managers.
Some parts which were really great were chapters on risk management in the plan,turning around the falling projects A real world guide on how to plan,execute and manage projects/5. Overview Real world Project Management is a no-nonsense project management resource.
From the time the project is assigned to you to completion you will be in control with the right tools and proven and tried methodology. Charles Carpenter is a project management professional with years of.
In this book, veteran change practitioner Kevin Rohan shows you what it takes to make projects successful, with methodologies that have been proven time and again in the real world, all over the world.
You’ll learn how to: Develop Change Management competency within your own organization (and why that’s critical). Real-World Project Management fills in those major gaps with irreverence, wit, and wisdom.
For any kind of project you're managing, this book presents the Author: Richard Perrin. The goal of this book is to take project management further. It is for project managers who know the theory and are ready to take a step forward.
Shortcuts to Success is a collection of over years of project management experience so you can see how other people run their projects outside the management texts and research papers. Project Management in the Real World covers: Whether you are running a small project or managing a large scale change, this book is an invaluable resource packed with easy to implement hints.
About the author Elizabeth Harrin is a project manager for AXA and was previously with American Express. Authored by world-renowned project management trainer Rita Mulcahy, this book will help you get your IT projects back on track using proven, real-world project management tools and techniques.
This revolutionary Course in a Book® covers the basics of project management, including planning, scheduling, budgeting, and more/5.
Real world Project Management is a no-nonsense project management resource. From the time the project is assigned to you to completion you will be in control with the right tools and proven and tried methodology. Charles Carpenter is a project management professional with years of real.
Authored by world-renowned project management trainer Rita Mulcahy, this book will help you get your IT projects back on track using proven, real-world project management tools and techniques.
This revolutionary Course in a Book® covers the basics of project management, including planning, scheduling, budgeting, and more. A wealth of practical resources, Real Web Project Management: Case Studies and Best Practices from the Trenches is a sourcebook of solutions for designing, managing, and delivering virtually any type of Web-based project under even the most challenging conditions.
Real solutions for real problems. Real-world projectmanagement Why is this book different. The subject of project management has developed over the years into a fairly precise set of techniques, definitions and practices that are applicable to running projects. Real World Project Management.
By Mike Raia Posted There’s a myth out there, and business school contributes to it to some extent, that project management is a world where one gets everything needed in resources and all that has to be added is the brain power to run the show, (i.e.
the project manager or PMO.). This is the second edition of Elizabeth Harrin's excellent book on project management, the first of which I read a few years back.
Whilst I've never been interested in switching disciplines per se, I find it useful to maintain a working knowledge of the project management profession, especially as I've worked with so many good PMs over the years.4/5. Project management is one of the fastest-growing occupations in the world.
The Project Management Institute has seen membership growth of more than % in the last 10 years. But while many of these managers know how to plan a successful project in theory, very few have the practical tools needed to navigate the politics of today's corporate 4/5(9).
In project management, though, especially in your project management, you need the cold truth. Fictionalized, dreamy, and perfect-world project management books don’t work out here in the real world. In this concise guide, I give you the whole project management picture in plain language.
This book is created for project managers who know the theory and are ready to take a step forward. Shortcuts to Success is a collection of over years of project management experience so you can see how other people run their projects outside the management texts and research papers.
It will give you insights on how projects get done in the real world.Relevant, standard project management practices (PM-BOK) are combined with reality checks to provide perspective and wisdom on "real world" project management.
A full lifecycle, team role-play project is integrated to directly apply these practices and reality checks in a "real world" project .