Claude H. Maley
Published May 15, 2012
Reference - 482 Pages - 230 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9781466502888 - CAT# K14449
Series: ESI International Project Management Series
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In order to succeed in today’s increasingly competitive environment, corporations, companies, governments, and nonprofit organizations must be conversant with modern project management techniques. This is especially true for individuals looking to remain professionally competitive.
Illustrating the why, what, and how of project management, Project Management Concepts, Methods, and Techniques will help readers develop and refine the skills needed to achieve strategic objectives. It presents a balanced blend of detailed explanatory texts and more than 200 illustrations to supply readers with actionable knowledge that can be put to use immediately.
Completely aligned with the Project Management Institute Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide), this book is the ideal platform for developing the understanding needed to plan, schedule, and deliver successful projects. Explaining how to recognize performance obstacles, it supplies time-tested strategies to help you:
Filled with exercises, worked-through answers, and self-assessment techniques, this book is an ideal guide for anyone who works directly or indirectly with the management of projects. It illustrates a wide range of real-world situations to help you develop the real-world knowledge needed to consistently deliver projects that meet and exceed stakeholder requirements well into the future.
Introduction to Project Management
Projects and the Business Environment
The Life Cycle
Business Drivers and Business Needs
The Triple Constraint
The Project Manager’s Role and Responsibilities
PMI Body of Knowledge
Project Leadership Skills