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Just enough project management

Author: Cook, Curtis R. Publisher: McGraw-Hill, 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 146 p. ; 20 cm.ISBN: 0071445404Type of document: Book Bibliography/Index:
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Book Asia Campus
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Print HD69 .P75 C66 2005
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900098736
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Print HD69 .P75 C66 2005
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rn Initiate Just Enough Project JustEnough Project Management Management Contents Foreword, Dr. David I. Cleland Introduction Is lust Enough Project Management for You? Templates and Checklists Acknowledgments 1. Project Management Overview Thanksgiving at Beech Mountain Just Enough Project Management Project Management as a Process A Few Basics Before Proceeding The Value of Project Management Examples of Too Much Project Management All Projects Need ProjectManagementBut Just Enough to Get the Job Done! 2. Initiating the Project Is It a Project? Project Start-up Establish the Project Repository or Binder Before Proceeding, What Do You Need to Know? The Project Charter Transition to the Planning Phase vii ix x i xii xiii 3. Project Planning Basics The Planning Process How Much Time Should Be Devoted to Planning? Forming the Core Team Planning Activities A Plan for Tracking Task Completions 4. Advanced Planning Techniques Ways to Display the Project Schedule and Track Task Completions "Advanced" Scheduling Project Budgeting Risk Planning Communication Planning Change Control Process Approval of the Project Plan Transition to Control Phase 5. Controlling the Project Control Activities Manage Technical Performance Communicate Achievements and Project Status To Meet or Not to Meet-That Is the Question Manage Cost, Schedule, and Resource Variances Control Changes Manage Risks and Issues Manage the Project Team Manage the Customer Relationship Transition to Project Closing Phase 6. Closing the Project A Model for Closing a Project Transition to Operations and Support and Maintenance Managing Multiple Projects 7. juggling Multiple Projects and Dealing with Project Overload Overload as the Norm The Interconnectedness of It All Five Steps to Coping with Project Overload Glossary Further Reading Index 32 33 34 35 36 48 90 93 104 105 106 107 108 111 121 131 137

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