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Effective project management : traditional, adaptive, extreme /

By: Wysocki, Robert K
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Indianapolis, IN : Wiley Pub., c2007Edition: 4th edDescription: xlvii, 615 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 0470042613 (paper/website); 9780470042618 (paper/website)Subject(s): Project managementDDC classification: 658.404 LOC classification: HD69.P75 | W95 2007Online resources: Table of contents only | Contributor biographical information | Publisher description | Table of contents
Contents:
What is a project? -- Traditional, adaptive, extreme : a dynamic project management landscape -- Defining the project -- Building the work breakdown structure -- Estimating duration, resource, requirements, and cost -- Constructing and analyzing the project network diagram -- Finalizing the schedule and cost based on resource availability -- The need to plan : conducting the joint project planning session -- Building and managing an effective project team -- Monitoring and reporting project progress -- Closing out the project -- Critical chain project management -- Introduction to the adaptive project framework
Summary: This updated edition of 'Effective Project Management' thoroughly immerses readers in a simulated real-world situation where they must perform as seasoned project managers to move the project through the lifecycle.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 569-578) and index.

Ch. 1. What is a project? -- Ch. 2. Traditional, adaptive, extreme : a dynamic project management landscape -- Ch. 3. Defining the project -- Ch. 4. Building the work breakdown structure -- Ch. 5. Estimating duration, resource, requirements, and cost -- Ch. 6. Constructing and analyzing the project network diagram -- Ch. 7. Finalizing the schedule and cost based on resource availability -- Ch. 8. The need to plan : conducting the joint project planning session -- Ch. 9. Building and managing an effective project team -- Ch. 10. Monitoring and reporting project progress -- Ch. 11. Closing out the project -- Ch. 12. Critical chain project management -- Ch. 13. Introduction to the adaptive project framework

This updated edition of 'Effective Project Management' thoroughly immerses readers in a simulated real-world situation where they must perform as seasoned project managers to move the project through the lifecycle.

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