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Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling, and Controlling
 
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Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling, and Controlling [Format Kindle]

Harold R. Kerzner
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The landmark project management reference, now in a new edition

Now in a Tenth Edition, this industry-leading project management "bible" aligns its streamlined approach to the latest release of the Project Management Institute's Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMI's PMBOK® Guide), the new mandatory source of training for the Project Management Professional (PMP®) Certificat-ion Exam. This outstanding edition gives students and professionals a profound understanding of project management with insights from one of the best-known and respected authorities on the subject.

From the intricate framework of organizational behavior and structure that can determine project success to the planning, scheduling, and controlling processes vital to effective project management, the new edition thoroughly covers every key component of the subject. This Tenth Edition features:

  • New sections on scope changes, exiting a project, collective belief, and managing virtual teams

  • More than twenty-five case studies, including a new case on the Iridium Project covering all aspects of project management

  • 400 discussion questions

  • More than 125 multiple-choice questions


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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Très bon outil de travail 19 septembre 2010
Par Mathieu
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Je me sers de cet ouvrage de référence dans mon quotidien de chef de projet secteur logistique.
La plupart des outils sont utilisables tel quel. Le niveau de précision et d'exhaustivité est particulièrement adapté aux personnes recherchant une utilisation pro.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Très bien 20 février 2014
Par chauchard
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Tout simplement une référence en gestion de projet
Pour les certifié PMP,
Acheté le ce livre est une bible...
Théorie et exemples, tout y est
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Amazon.com: 3.8 étoiles sur 5  60 commentaires
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A very good technical PM text book 7 décembre 2011
Par Gabriel Young - Publié sur Amazon.com
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As a project management instructor at a state university and someone who has reviewed countless project management books, I've been teaching from Kerzner books for nearly a decade (different versions). Here's what I think about this book:

PROS

- This book is huge and covers many aspects of project management. Although most project managers will not need everything found in here, it's an excellent resource that, at a minimum, sweeps across nearly every topic at a high level.

- Kerzner's books are on the more technical side of project management books. It gets pretty deep in some of the numbers sections (e.g. financial, earned value).

- Generally speaking, this book is well-written and easy to read, even for the project management novice.

- The exercises at the end of each chapter are excellent. They provide readers with many reinforcement activities.

- Colorful charts, tables, and illustrations provide additional support for visual learners.

CONS

- Even though it's not meant to teach you how to use tools, there are seldom references to them. Today's project managers are expected to leverage tools such as project management information systems to help them do their jobs.

- For those who are studying to be certified, this book can only be used as reference support. Do not use this as a sole source to study for any project management certification exam, especially the PMP(R). This is not the purpose of the book and therefore is not adequate.

OVERALL

- With the expectations that this is a text book and not a training guide, this Kerzner book excels.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Monster of a Textbook, Full of Useful Stuff 24 avril 2013
Par G. BARTO - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Commentaire client Vine pour produit gratuit (De quoi s'agit-il?)
As I noted in my review for A Project Manager's Book of Forms: A Companion to the PMBOK Guide, I got interested in project management when I realized I had been on several project teams at work, only we called them initiatives and they went off the rails because we therefore hadn't given enough attention to things like scope and deliverables. That book of forms is excellent for figuring out what you need to figure out and document a properly executed project. This book, on the other hand, is best for the person who has been given a project in a functional department organization where project management isn't in the DNA. It tells you all the things you need to know to execute projects correctly in an organization that is on board with project management, but, frankly, so do a lot of other books. Where this book shines is its emphasis on getting projects, their management and their use of company resources to mesh with the operations of the broader organization. A regular project management book will tell you that it can sometimes be challenging to get a line manager to sign off on your project using one of his or her employees and that you need to overcome it. This book gets into the nitty gritty of legitimate reasons for the line manager to take that stance and what you need to think about and do to overcome objections. A regular project management will tell you about the importance of managing project scope and the need to rework things with stakeholders before you accept a change in scope. This book goes into detail about the challenges of working with stakeholders from the over-enthusiastic who keep wanting to add things to that person whose only stake is not having your project supplant something he perceives to be on his turf.

In the past, as I've read about project management, one of my most common reactions was cynicism: the ideas they presented were good, but I doubted than any of the organizations I've worked for would buy in. This textbook gets it and really gets into how to fit projects into the organizational culture, not just how they would be done if the organizational culture was generally supportive of project managers doing what they needed to do to manage projects.

Because of its size and scope, this is more of a textbook than light reading. I myself have been skimming a chapter here and there rather than wading through page for page. That said, if you are running into challenges implementing projects in your organization, you're better off buying this and slogging through than picking up another three books on how to execute great projects if you haven't gotten any traction with the great ideas from the last three books because the real problem is making things happen within the organizational culture.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Graduate Student 15 septembre 2009
Par Richard F. Garnett - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Solid book covering the basics of project management. Kernzers is the goal standard for graduate level PM courses. Some integration of PMBoK information, but I do not think it would be good reference for the PMP test.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Project Management 20 septembre 2009
Par Danny D. Vega - Publié sur Amazon.com
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For someone new to this field of study, I found this book very insightful and easy to understand. I will keep this and the PMBOK resource manual handy in my office.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A management science worthy of the name. 3 août 2013
Par Junglies - Publié sur Amazon.com
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My interaction with project management began may years ago at a company called Coles Cranes, at their plant in Sunderland, County Durham. Tee company was part of the Acrow Group and was one of the leading crane companies in the world but ultimately had none of the resources need to compete in the global market place. To cut a long story short, they used the leading management techniques of the day, often in the face of determined trade union opposition (including myself) which I later came to realize were important tools in helping to create, not destroy jobs. Over the years I have met project management techniques usually at a tangent before buying some standard professional books which gave me some insight into the world of project management.

Having worked in corporate America for most of the time since I moved over here, I have had the opportunity to witness a variety of management practices at first hand and understand about the diversity which exists among US corporations depending on the sector which they are active in. Some are clearly more suited to project management techniques than others, although I speculate that more rigid companies may want to hybridise at certain higher levels and incorporate project management into their modis operandi.

This is a very comprehensive textbook which I found easy to read and easy to connect to the Project Management Body of Knowledge as the author has painstakingly included the logo into the margin. Having some partial knowledge of the corpus conscientia, meant that I have not had to read elsewhere in order to flesh out some of the concepts alluded to. Although it is a lengthy tome, it does not fill the reader with dread every time one picks it up as the author has a good turn of phrase and his writing flows with ease. That is not to say that it is an easy book.

As one would expect from a textbook, the author makes no bones about the expectations of the students reading and using this text. There are plenty of examples, questions and a whole slew of case studies which fit nicely into the philosophy of today's management education system. If the student perseveres until the end the reward will be a worthwhile endeavor. In a way it reminded me of Robert Nozick's wonderful book Anarchy, State, and Utopia, not in terms of the disputed content but in the way how the core message of the book becomes visible to the reader only upon completion of the entire work. Upon getting to the end of this fascinating read it is as if one has reached the peak of a mountain and turned to look upon a wide panorama which incorporates all that has gone before.

I have been used to reviewing low level management books which have titles including words like cheese etc., and have usually found them wanting. This text however, is on a much higher level and which has also given me significant insight into the development of capitalistic corporations since the end of the second world war where the lessons of resource management by the government and their researchers were spread out among wider corporate society.

I would highly recommend this book to students of the field and managers in general. They will find rich veins of minable material which can only help in the organization of corporate resources. There is clearly much applicability to the public and non-profit sectors where they may not have the financial impetus to develop but do have efficiency considerations.

An excellent work.
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