6 edition of Practical Project Management found in the catalog.
by Dorset House Publishing Company, Incorporated
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||246|
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For each process step, the authors offer practical advice, hints, and tips on how to get the most out of the risk management process. Risk management really can work in practice. This Project Management Institute award-winning methodology is already used by top corporations. Practical Project Management for Building and Construction covers the 14 knowledge areas of project management that are essential for successful projects in the construction industry. For each knowledge area, it explains the processes for scope, time, risk, cost, and resource management. Filled with work and process flow diagrams, it demonstrates hCited by: 3.
The author has 39 years of experience implementing project management techniques. Includes unique material based on the author's experiences that cannot be found elsewhere. Readers can refer to self-contained chapters for quick reference and problem-solving or read the entire book. In this book, Gary (Gazza) tackles the complexity of managing projects by breaking the essential components of Project Management down into practical, simple concepts. Whether you simply have an interest in Project Mana Life is complicated/5.
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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.
"Practical Project Management: Tips, Tactics, and Tools is another of the author's easy-to-read but quite insightful books, containing many practical ideas and suggestions for making your projects run more smoothly while achieving their planned objectives.
The book includes numerous nuggets of wisdom that have been used to good advantage on Cited by: This book seems to be missing many steps, doesn’t reflect what’s actually in this version, and gives vague information about what is possible with certain versions, but it turns out much of what is represented in the book isn’t actually in project or share point.
This book is clunky and Not practical for project management.4/4(17). Practical Project Management – A Users’ Guide to Getting Things Done is written for those seeking real-world advice executing projects. In simple, clear language, Practical Project Management provides templates, tools, and practices in a time-sequenced approach/5(61).
If you’re new to project management, you Practical Project Management book a comprehensive and practical guide. Thankfully, Scott Berkun’s book is here to help. Berkun spent over a decade as a PM for big tech companies and draws on his extensive experience throughout the book.
Strategic Project Management Made Simple – Practical Tools for Leaders and Teams Terry Schmidt, PMP, is a management consultant, educator, strategy coach and founder of The book was published in March.
Besides these, most of the chapters have been updated with new figures and more practical problems. Primarily designed for the undergraduate and postgraduate students of management and engineering (industrial and civil engineering), the book will be equally useful to the practicing professionals of project management.
KEY FEATURES OF THE BOOK. The Practical Guide to Project Management 5 Contents 3 Project Planning 23 Project Planning Checklist 24 Kick-Off Meeting 26 Work Breakdown Structure 27 Network Diagram 28 Gantt Chart 33 Managing Risks 34 Teams 37 4 Execution49 Conflicts49 Managing Changes in Projects 50 Resistance to Change people wanted to be project managers.
Project management is about making things happen. Good project management is what makes the real work a success. Bad or missing project management can taint and nullify the efforts of even the most talented people. It doesn’t matter how brilliant your work is if the project as a whole is twice as ex.
Even though the project management cycle and other project management met- hods create a tight framework, the leadership should be visionary and motivating Practical Project Management for Managers and First Time PMs He is the author of thirteen top-selling business, management, and personal effectiveness books, including four on project management topics: How to Manage a Great Project On budget.
On target. On time/5(K). Project Management: A practical guide to planning and managing projects, 4th Edition. Organisations increasingly look to project management to deal with short timeframes, tight budgets, changing requirements and risk management in everyday operations, as well as for major strategic projects.
Book Description. Practical Project Management for Building and Construction covers the 14 knowledge areas of project management that are essential for successful projects in the construction each knowledge area, it explains the processes for scope, time, risk, cost, and resource management.
Using an easy-to-read conversational style and down-to-earth approach, this book follows a fictional training seminar given to six management professionals who are "trainees" in project management. In the seminar, the trainees work through two major projects and several others--each project highlighting and refining different issues that will make the managers better at controlling a complex 4/5(1).
Presents Practical Project Management for Engineers and Technicians Revision Website: E-mail: [email protected] Following a project methodology. This practical project methodology is based on my experience and lessons learned from failures. A methodology should be simple like “adding eyes and ears to watch your back.” As trivial as it may sound, it can save the day.
A project is an ad-hoc organization with clear goals and accountability structure. Successful Construction Project Management – The Practical Guide, provides useful tips to managing a construction project. It’s aimed at construction professionals as well as those studying construction project management.
Managing a construction project isn’t an easy job and requires a large skill set/5(56). The author has 39 years of experience implementing project management techniques. Includes unique material based on the author's experiences that cannot be found elsewhere. Readers can refer to self-contained chapters for quick reference and problem-solving or read the entire s: 1.
Deeply Practical Project Management is the book version of the training course of a similar name developed by a veteran project management professional.
The book guides the reader in making full use of PMI best practices for all project sizes. Aside from providing guidance, the book serves as a companion reference as the project goes through its whole life-cycle, with checklists. A Practical Guide to Project Planning has been written by authors who have extensive experience in project management.
Using a step-by-step approach, they share their expert skill and knowledge to help you develop and deliver successful plans. So whether you are a very experienced project manager who is looking for a helpful reference book, or a.
R.G. Ghattas, Sandra L. McKee, “Practical Project Management” English | | ISBN: | pages | PDF | 7,4 MB Using an easy-to-read conversational style and down-to-earth approach, this book follows a fictional training seminar given to six management professionals who are “trainees” in project management.Practical Project Management (PPM) Certiﬁcate from the Unisa Graduate School of Business Leadership (SBL), an internationally respected educational institution.
Practical Project Management The application and registration process for the PPM takes place from September until January Attendance at the PMP study school is.This handbook presents a practical model that will allow project members, project leaders, project managers, general managers, This project management handbook is intended for anyone who is involved in or by other organisations, particularly those in the non-profit sector, that use project-based working methods.
The book is comprised of.