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Table Of Contents

1 Introduction
3 Introducing PMBOK
4 Adding the Project Manager to
6.1 Initiating the Project
Planning the Project
6.2 Executing the Project
6.3 Monitoring and Controlling the Project
6.4 Closing the Project
7 Framing Project Management
7.1 The Project Plan as an Integration Product
7.1.1 Developing the Project Plan
7.1.2 Executing the Project Plan
7.1.3 Controlling Change to the Project Plan
7.2 Putting a Stake in the Ground – Project Scope
7.2.1 Igniting the Project
7.2.2 Creating the Stake
7.2.3 Defining the Boundary Limits
7.2.4 Announcing the Claim
7.2.5 Fending Off the Claim Jumpers
7.3 Conquering Time
7.3.1 Defining the Activity
7.3.2 Which Came First, the Chicken or the Egg
7.3.3 Hard-Boiled or Soft-Boiled
7.3.4 Scheduling
7.3.5 Controlling the Schedule
7.4 Banking on It
8 Leaning on Resources
8.1.1 Applying Cost
8.1.2 Budgeting the Project
8.1.3 Controlling Cost
8.2 Managing the Right Stuff
8.2.1 Quality is Planned
8.2.2 Quality is Watched
8.2.3 Quality is Controlled
8.3 Working with People
8.3.1 Working Together
8.3.2 Finding the Right People
8.3.3 Developing Team
8.4 Opening up the Lines of Communication
8.4.1 Laying the Infrastructure
8.4.2 Making the Connection
8.4.3 Cleaning Up Static
8.4.4 Ending the Connection
8.5.1 The More Risk, the Better the Experience
8.5.2 Extreme Sports or Golf?
8.5.3 Be Prepared
8.5.4 Taking the Jump
8.6 Going Shopping
8.6.1 Creating a Shopping List
8.6.2 Walking the Mall
8.6.3 Window Shopping
8.6.4 Finding the Right Store
8.6.5 Making the Purchase
8.6.6 Wrapping It Up
11.1 Benefiting from Cloud Computing
11.2 The Ease of Linking (Hyperlinks)
11.3 Subscribing to Success (Blogging)
Interfacing with the Project (Mashups)
11.4 Everyone is a Project Manager (Open Source)
11.5 Treating the Project as Parts, not the Whole (Reuse)
11.6 Testing the Limits (Portability)
12.1 A Project as Information
12.2 A Project as Workflow
12.3 A Project as People
14 References
15 Glossary
16 Index
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The Comprehensive Project Management Guide - The Basics of Project Management plus an Overview of the Major Frameworks

The Comprehensive Project Management Guide - The Basics of Project Management plus an Overview of the Major Frameworks

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This work serves practitioners and organizations with a standard Project Management Book that describe good practices, globally recognized credentials that certify project management expertise, and resources for professional development.

Stand out from the crowd and demonstrate your project management skills with a globally recognized credential.

Strong project management knowledge is the key to your success. So turn to this book to make sure you get it right. It offers a wide range of knowledge-centric resources. Covering guidelines and in-depth information about project management, this resource provides the insight and understanding necessary to help you succeed.

You will learn about best practices in project management, this well organized and written book is easy to follow if you have no exposure to project management or have never managed a project.

Besides being a great asset when pursuing the PMP Certification, this book is a great introductory book on Project Management, covering most important subjects.

Full of illustrative pictures it presents the Project Management processes, along with explanation and examples.

In short this book is a very good reference for Project Management.
This work serves practitioners and organizations with a standard Project Management Book that describe good practices, globally recognized credentials that certify project management expertise, and resources for professional development.

Stand out from the crowd and demonstrate your project management skills with a globally recognized credential.

Strong project management knowledge is the key to your success. So turn to this book to make sure you get it right. It offers a wide range of knowledge-centric resources. Covering guidelines and in-depth information about project management, this resource provides the insight and understanding necessary to help you succeed.

You will learn about best practices in project management, this well organized and written book is easy to follow if you have no exposure to project management or have never managed a project.

Besides being a great asset when pursuing the PMP Certification, this book is a great introductory book on Project Management, covering most important subjects.

Full of illustrative pictures it presents the Project Management processes, along with explanation and examples.

In short this book is a very good reference for Project Management.

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