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Collaboration Explained: Facilitation Skills for Software Project Leaders (Agile Software Development Series)
Collaboration must be carefully planned and facilitated throughout the entire project lifecycle. This book ensures great collaboration for any agile software project.
Collaboration Tools for Project Managers: How to Choose, Get Started and Collaborate with Technology
Social media and online communication tools such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn have rapidly changed our world outside of the workplace. These platforms and other tools such as wikis, instant messaging and big data repositories offer exciting possibilities to improve project team collaboration and stakeholder communication in the workplace as well. Since project managers rely on communication and effective team management skills, they need to keep up with the fast pace of change, technological trends and the latest business drivers that help move organizations forward. In Collaboration Tools for Project Managers, Elizabeth Harrin builds upon her 2010 book, Social Media for Project Managers, by providing the latest information, success stories and an easy-to-follow guide to implementing online collaboration tools and helping to overcome obstacles.
CPFR is a set of business processes, backed up by information technology software and network infrastructure, in which supply chain partners in both internal and external environments agree to work in tandem to meet mutual business objectives. They cultivate a mutual understanding of each other, hence able to develop jointed Sales and Operations Plans (S&OP), and collaborate comprehensively to generate and update sales forecasts and replenishment plans in near real-time.
This is an easy-to-follow and simple-to-use eBook for project managers who are not yet formally trained in collaborative project management and who may not have the time or budget to get trained. The eBook describes the typical stages, steps and sub-steps involved in starting, setting up, managing and closing a typical project. It also has a section on PM leadership style.
Developing an effective and successful presence on the Web is becoming a vital task for businesses. As the web has matured, the development and management of sites has become increasingly complex. Today, website development requires the close collaboration of diverse professionals such as programmers, interactive designers and engineers, animators, videographers, writers, marketers and businesspeople--all working within a highly coordinated and structured development process.
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