This book details how traditional cost accounting based methods lead to suboptimal business results and tells how to correct that situation by applying principles of Lean Production and the Theory of Constraints.
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The PMBOK® Guide is the definitive text on project management. Published by the Project Managment Institute, this has become perhaps the single most important book in a project managers library.
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.
Are you looking for PM tools and techniques that you can start using TODAY? Do you coach, mentor or manage project managers? Do you teach project management for your organization or Chapter? If so, Rita Mulcahy’s latest book, PM Crash Course Premier Edition, can help you!
The hands-on guide to effective collaboration in Agile Projects.
What is it about Napoleon Bonaparte that has led recognized modern-day leaders to study his principles—and countless books on management and leadership to quote his maxims?
Right-Brain Project Management: A Complementary Approach looks at contemporary project management from a fresh perspective, exploring right-brain" approaches that are intuitive and capitalize on natural human thinking and activity.
This publication presents effective and detailed project management guidance in three interrelated components. The innovative, matrix-based concept is based on the ProjectPRISM Project Management Methodology. It introduces the four project management phases of Profile, Plan, Perform and Post as they relate to the six performance elements of customer, project, staff, vendors, business, and management. All of this is brought together with process-aligned tools that can be prepared right on your computer screen.
The Complete Project Management Office Handbook, Second Edition identifies the PMO as the essential business integrator of the people, processes and tools that manage or influence project performance. This book details how the PMO applies professional project management practices and successfully integrates business interests with project goals--regardless of whether the scope of the PMO is limited to managing a handful of specific projects or expanded to oversee the total practice of project management within the organization.
Written by two authors who are members of PMI, educators and consultants, this book is intended to be a practical guide to the application of complexity theory to virtual projects.