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The Project Management Life Cycle
Jason Westland
This book provides a complete methodology for managing projects. It guides you through the four critical phases of the project life cycle: initiation, planning, execution and closure. Based on the PMI PMBOK® and written in a clear and straightforward manner, it is relevant to all types of projects including; IT, construction, engineering, telecommunications and government, as well as many others. Whether you are a project manager, senior manager, team member, consultant, trainer or student, you will be able to use this book to improve the way in which you manage projects.
A Guide to the PMBOK
Project Management Institute
A guide of the Project Management Body of knowledge "PMBOK" has been released by the worldwide Project Management Institute PMI. The primary purpose of the PMBOK Guide is to identify that subset of the Project Management Body of Knowledge that is generally recognized as good practice.
Advanced Project Management: Best Practices on Implementation
Harold Kerzner
Strategies for implementing project management in world-class corporations that helped lead companies to excellence in project management in less than six years. Following the PMBOK, it addresses: Project risk management, Project portfolio management, The Project Office, Project management, multinational cultures, Integrated project teams and virtual project teams
The Fast Forward MBA in Project Management
Eric Verzuh
The textbook teaches the basic methods for defining, planning, and tracking a project, as well as techniques for leading and building strong project teams. This new edition includes: project management forms, study aids for passing the popular Project Management Professional certification exams and Guidelines for building high-performance project teams.
Microsoft Office Project 2003 Step by Step
Carl Chatfield
Learn how to develop a project plan with tasks, resources, and assignments; create reports; manage multiple projects and dependencies; and track progress and costs while making real-time adjustments.
Project Management : A Managerial Approach
Jack R. Meredith
Within this book, you'll not only learn how to select, initiate, operate, and control all types of projects; you'll also learn how to manage risks and uncertainties. Written from a managerial perspective, the text equips you with the quantitative skills, knowledge of organizational issues, and insights into human behavior that you need to do project management effectively.
This isn't Excel, it's Magic
Bob Umlas
This book provides you with clear guidance on tips and tricks for getting the most out of Microsoft® Excel. The author has carefully selected tips and tricks showing you how to work with features, formulas, keyboard shortcuts, printing, VBA and a lot more... Discover the magic of Excel and find out how to unleash its full power.