Knowing how to handle finances is an essential part of a project manager’s role. This ebook covers this vital aspect, including how to manage project variables where other parties have authority. This is one section of the book "Shortcuts to Success".
Project scope is part of the ‘golden triangle’ of project management along with resources and time. This ebook provides advice on how to scope a project, avoid the traps of assumptions, manage risks and prevent scope creep. This is one section of the book "Shortcuts to Success".
Becoming a good project manager is often largely about self-development. This ebook gives a huge range of ideas and tips on issues such as time management, career progression, managing a personal brand, and navigating office politics. This is one section of the book "Shortcuts to Success".
Project managers need to work well with others, especially as projects usually involve people whose day jobs have little in common. This ebook will assist with techniques to instruct, motivate, coach and cajole the team members. This is one section of the book "Shortcuts to Success".
Planning, scheduling and time management are key skills for project managers. This ebook addresses vital aspects such as identifying and setting tasks, keeping the momentum going and managing fixed project dates. This is one section of the book "Shortcuts to Success".
This highly accessible book gives advice to project managers who need to get up to speed quickly. It includes hints and tips on managing budget, time, scope and people. This updated edition reflects changes to working practices such as the use of social media and collaboration tools. SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2014 CMI MANAGEMENT BOOK OF THE YEAR.
Howard Dean Contributions by
James E. Bailey, Paul Berman, Charles S. Bryan, John D. Bullock, Amy L. Cooper, Peter E. Dans, J. Gordon Frierson, J. Michael Fuller, James R. Johnston, Joseph W. Lella, Michael E. Moran, Daniel Morgan, Sandra W. Moss, T. Jock Murray, Angela M. Nicholls, Clyde Partin, Mabel L. Purkerson, James G. Ravin, Barry Silverman, Marvin J. Stone, Robert H. Stone, Jessie L. Ternberg, Robert P. Turk, Joseph B. Vander Veer Jr., C. Peter W. Warren Edited by
David K. C. Cooper
This book is a highly accessible guide to being a project manager (PM), particularly a project manager working within an IT field. The role is set out with reference to required skills, competencies and responsibilities. Tools, methods and techniques for project managers are covered, including Agile approaches.
This book studies Bob Dylan’s album Time Out of Mind as a series of dreams. These dreams work on three distinct levels: as murder ballads about a killer awaiting execution, as religious allegory about a protagonist torn between salvation and damnation, and as meditation on race and music in America.
Karen Bentley, Linda Blong, Lydia Forsythe, Jeff Hutcheson, Jeff Leinaweaver, Paige Marrs, Darrin S. Murray, Adair Linn Nagata, Kim Pearce, W Barnett Pearce, Jane Peterson, Irene Stein, Ilene Wasserman Edited by
Beth Fisher-Yoshida, Catherine Creede, Placida Gallegos