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The Project Book by Colin D. EllisDeliver great projects every time Projects are the lifeblood of organisations, but many projects fall short of expectations because of poor project management and/or poor project sponsorship.
Call Number: 658.404 ELL
Publication Date: 2019
Project Management for Dummies by Consumer Dummies Staff; Stanley E. PortnyUpdated in a brand-new edition, Project Management For Dummies offers everything you need to successfully manage projects from start to finish without ever dropping the ball. Written by a well-known project management expert, this hands-on guide takes the perplexity out of being a successful PM, laying out all the steps to take your organizational, planning, and execution skills to new heights.
Call Number: 658.404 POR
Publication Date: 2017
Fundamentals of Project Management by Joseph HeagneyFully updated in accordance with the latest version of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®), this all-encompassing book contains new information and expanded coverage on topics including estimating; stakeholder management; procurement management; creating a communication plan; project closure; requirements for PMP certification; and much more.
Call Number: 658.404 HEA
Publication Date: 2016
Project Management ToolBox by Dragan Z. Milosevic; Russ J. MartinelliBoost your performance with improved project management tactics. Project Management ToolBox offers a succinct explanation of when, where, and how to use project management resources to enhance your work. With content that reflects advances in project management, including planning, implementation, control, cost, and scheduling, this text offers added material that covers topics, such as agility, change management, governance, reporting, and risk management.
Call Number: 658.404 MAR
Publication Date: 2016
Project Management 2. 0 by Harold R. KerznerProject Management 2.0 tackles the new emerging approach and toolset for practicing project management in a virtual world. Author Harold Kerzner is recognized as the thought leader in project management, and in this book, he shows how PM 2.0 offers better outcomes with a focus on new tools, better governance, improved collaboration, and more meaningful reporting using KPIs, metrics, and dashboards. This full color guide explores the impact PM 2.0 changes are having on organizations around the world, and provides a detailed comparison with PM 1.0 to help practitioners adopt new techniques and tools to use within their existing project management approach.
Call Number: 658.404 KER
Publication Date: 2015
Project management: The managerial process by Erik W. Larson, Beverley Honig, Clifford F. Gray, Ursula Dantin & David Baccarini1. Modern project management. 2. Organisational strategy and project selection. 3. Organisation: structure and culture. 4. Defining the project. 5. Estimating project times and costs. 6. Developing a project plan. 7. Managing risk. 8. Scheduling resources and costs. 9. Reducing project duration. 10. Leadership: being an effective project manager. 11. Managing project teams. 12. Outsourcing: managing interorganisational relations. 13. Progress and performance measurement and evaluation. 14. Project closure. 15. International projects. 16. Governance. 17. An introduction to agile project management. 18. Project management career paths.
Call Number: 658.404 LAR
Publication Date: 2014
Professional Project Management by Stephen HartleyProject theory and practice are examined across a variety of contexts, industry sectors and qualification levels, with content covering: scope, time, quality, risk, contracts and procurement, communications, resources, cost, information, governance, innovation, lifecycles, sustainability, policy, stakeholders, strategy and work, as well as health and safety. Structured in four convenient parts, Part III contains a MS Project 'quick start' guide, while Part IV includes 14 sample project management templates that can be adapted for use with any project.
Call Number: 658.404 HAR
Publication Date: 2014
The AMA Handbook of Project Management by Paul C. Dinsmore; Jeannette Cabanis-BrewinThe lifeblood to every organization is its projects, and the burden of success or failure hangs on the shoulders of the PM. In every project, the buck stops with the PM, who must be more than a jack of all trades, but a master of it all. This book is the must-have resource for any PM professional or student. Project management is one of the more complex disciplines today, no matter the industry. This guide remains the indisputable reference to the entire scope of critical concepts and theories all project managers must master.
Project Management - Chapter 4This new edition aligns with the fifth edition of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) and with industry requirements, international best practice, educational curriculums and qualifications, as well as incorporating aspects of other well-known international project management methodologies.