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Visualizing Project Management : A Model for Business and Technical Success, 2nd Edition

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Title: Visualizing Project Management : A Model for Business and Technical Success, 2nd Edition
Author: Hal Mooz, Howard Cotterman, Kevin Forsberg
ISBN: 047135760X / 9780471357605
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 355
Publisher: Wiley
Year: 2000
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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"The authors technical skill and work-environment experience are abundantly apparent in the real-world methodology they bring to the study and understanding of the importance of project management to the success of any organization." From the Foreword by Norman R. Augustine. Chairman of the Executive Committee, Lockheed-Martin Corporation
Effective project management is an essential skill in virtually every professional and technical setting and, like any skill, it is best mastered through the right combination of in-depth, expert training and hands-on experience.

Visualizing Project Management, Second Edition is today s best resource for both. Delivered by a trio of authors whose combined project management experience is unequaled in the field a team that has been an integral part of the development of project management from the 1950s to the present the processes and techniques in this landmark book have been confirmed through the experiences of over 30,000 working project managers and over 100 corporations.

Profound in its simplicity yet unique in its completeness, the integrated approach presented in Visualizing Project Management focuses on the four essential elements of project management:

1. Common Vocabulary: Terms and jargon are defined as they are introduced, minimizing the vocabulary problems that can lead to conflict and undermine otherwise successful teamwork.

2. Teamwork: Each of the fundamentals of real teamwork from common conduct to shared rewards is discussed, along with strategies to strengthen this vital component.

3. The Sequential Project Cycle: Valuable lessons are provided to enable you to develop a template for project-unique tactics as well as achieve project-to-project continuity.

4. Management Elements: The authors provide all the techniques and tools you need to guide a project to its successful conclusion the achievement of stated objectives, within budget and time constraints.

Visualizing Project Management shows you how to breathe life into each of these inanimate project elements. The result is a working guidebook for total project management success and a tangible model for moving your organization and career forward into the exciting new millennium.

An Integrated Approach to Results-Oriented Project Management

Better . . . Faster . . . Cheaper . . .

Today s take-no-prisoners competitive environment has made this the project management mantra for 2000 and beyond. Enlightened project managers know: Unless you can identify accurately the correct benchmark and correctly isolate how to surpass it, your organization will succeed only in producing a better, faster, cheaper failure.

The bestselling Visualizing Project Management first set the standard for effective project management in 1996, and introduced models that have been adopted by over 100 leading government and private organizations. In this Second Edition, the authors have revised the tools and techniques that changed the foundations of project management in order to help you better understand, compete, and win in today s lightning-fast global business arena.

A few short years ago, the insights and ideas in Visualizing Project Management invented the wheel. Now, its pioneering authors refine your understanding of the project management wheel, as they simplify and clarify the complexities of project management and system engineering.

Also includes a dynamic CD-ROM Visual Project Management (Visual PM) providing an interactive software version of the book s revolutionary process model, a guided tour of a commercial project cycle, vocabulary definitions, sample document templates, and more.

Preface

Chapter 1 : Why Is Project Management a Critical Issue?
Chapter 2 : Why Model Project Management?
Chapter 3 : Visualizing Project Management
Chapter 4 : Project Vocabulary
Chapter 5 : Teamwork
Chapter 6 : The Project Cycle
Chapter 7 : The Project Management Elements
Chapter 8 : The Implications for a Successful Future
Chapter 9 : Applying the Process

Notes
Acronyms
Index

 
 
 
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