Project Management ToolBox: Tools and Techniques for the Practicing Project Manager (Anglais) Relié – 24 juin 2003
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∗ Includes real–world examples of toolboxes used in a variety of project situations.
∗ Bridges the gap between theoretical and applied project management.
Quatrième de couverture
Project Manager, IT Services, Freightliner, LLC, a DaimlerChrysler company
"Mechanics have long had tools to successfully perform their job, and now project managers have this book to successfully perform their jobs. A practical approach with real–world examples."
Program Manager, Facilities Department, Dell Computer Corporation
"A systematic and powerful approach that directly aligns a comprehensive set of project management tools to the objectives and strategies of the organization."
James M. Waddell
Director of Program Management Communications and Video Business Unit, Tektronix, Inc.
"Easy and practical tools for today’s projects . . . clearly explains the detailed concepts that help to turn average projects into great ones."
Charles R. White, PMP
Senior Project Controls Specialist, Portland General Electric
When there is no time for theory just effective, systematic methods for planning and controlling projects open the Project Management ToolBox. It provides more than fifty tools and techniques that ensure a seamless performance of orderly project activities resulting in fast, repeatable, high–quality products in any industry. Based on the industry–standard Project Management Institute’s Body of Knowledge, this instant–access guide provides the tools, skill sets, expert advice, and step–by–step guidance to:
- Plan projects realistically to accomplish business goals and strategies
- Control project scope, schedule, cost, and quality
- Build effective teams and respond to risk
- Select and customize a PM toolbox by project size or type
- Align the PM toolbox with corporate strategy
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
This is a very practical reference book to keep close to your workspace. It contains more than 50 tools you can incorporate into your practice.
When that moment arrives in the project where one of your managers demands some additional piece of information presented in a particular way (as Murphy's Law describes - always at the busiest, most hectic, time), and perhaps it's one of those things you've never personally done before ...
Don't panic, just reach for the "Toolbox".
Each tool is described clearly, most including a table, diagram, or sample of the tool, along with instructions as to best practice use of the tool, e.g.:
o When to use it
o The best place in the project life cycle to use it
o Its benefits (in case you need to "sell" its use within your organization), and
o Advantages/Disadvantages - enabling you to make smarter choices among the tools, and more effective application of the one you select
One suggestion for future editions: I'd like to see more correlation of these tools with the Project Management Institute (PMI)'s PMBOK - both in terms of consistent language and project phasing. (The author does include a short appendix that attempts to do some of this.)
Notwithstanding, I still consider this book a valuable resource for my practice.