If you are involved in setting up and managing a project, this practical guide will be indispensible.
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How to manage dynamic projects.
Managing and Leading People through Organizational Change provides a critical analysis of change and transformation in organizations from a theoretical and practical perspective. It addresses the individual, team and organizational issues of leading and managing people before, during and after change, using case studies and interviews with people from organizations in different sectors across the globe. This book demonstrates how theory can be applied in practice through practical examples and recommendations, focusing on the importance of understanding the impact of the nature of change on individuals and engaging them collaboratively throughout the transformation journey.transitions.
Managing Business Analysis Services: A Framework for Sustainable Projects and Corporate Strategy Success
This unique desk reference offers the information, models and guidance needed to plan and deliver complete, end-to-end business analysis services. Its step-by-step approach enables maximum utility of the business analysis (BA) role, development of more complete solutions for meeting the strategic goals of a business, and dramatic and sustainable improvements in project success rates. Managing Business Analysis Services: A Framework for Sustainable Projects and Corporate Strategy Success provides chief information officers, business analysis managers and consultants the information required to maximize the efficiency and productivity of technology projects, obtain higher returns on investment from BA services, reduce operating costs, and increase alignment of products to better serve the company or the client organization.
Managing Complex Projects and Programs: How to Improve Leadership of Complex Initiatives Using a Third-Generation Approach
Presented through insightful vignettes and real-world case studies, the information provided in Managing Complex Projects and Programs is essential reading not only for program and project managers in the trenches, but also for managers and executives who need to ensure the true integration of these processes into their overall business strategy.
Get an inside look at how successful project managers build their e-business skills. In this book, three e-business experts capture years of experience into this easy-to-follow reference. The text deliberately focuses on e-business project management, integration, application, risk management, security and many of the soft skills not often evident in e-business management.
Written by two of today's top high-tech management experts, who walk managers through proven best methods to optimize the skills, abilities and knowledge of the new economy workforce, without stifling the creativity and innovative spirit needed for success. Reviewed on gantthead.
The revised edition of this concise book describes current best practice in project risk management and introduces the latest developments, to enable those responsible for managing risk in projects to do so effectively. If you know that risk management is important to your success but you feel you could do it better if only you knew how, this book is for you.
Short on theory and long on practical advice and guidance, this book arms you with proven, easy-to-implement solutions to big-ticket problems that plague today's software development projects. It offers solutions relating to personnel, quality, project scheduling and tracking, product requirements, product quality and usability and much more.
Managing Stakeholder Expectations for Project Success: A Knowledge Integration Framework and Value Focused Approach
Managing Stakeholder Expectations for Project Success provides a practical approach to managing those things that matter most for project success—stakeholder expectations, communication, risk, change, and quality—so that scope, schedule, and cost end up on target and the project’s intended benefits for the organization are realized.