Présentation de l'éditeur
A WEEK IN THE LIFE: Understanding the Role of a Project Manager provides a quick and easy reference for all project managers. Want to start a project, but not sure if you have all the key areas covered? Look no more! This book is for you. Want to find some quick examples of key project documents? Your search is over!
Just pick up this book and within minutes, you will not only know which meetings to set up to move your project forward, you will have easy-to-use templates of project documents that help you organize and execute your project.
Here is what this book will do for you the moment you open it:
•Provide you with simple language to demystify the components of a project.
•Provide you with a basic refresher on how to set up and conduct an effective meeting.
•Provide you with candid advice on the key meetings you need to set up that will help your project succeed.
•Provide you with easy-to-read examples in a business context, so you know how to relate it to your project.
From the seasoned project manager to the novice first-time project planner, A Week in the Life will save you time and help you plan a successful project!
Biographie de l'auteur
Janice Y. Rodgers, PMP A California native, Janice Rodgers began her project management career as a software engineering officer in the US Air Force. She led many teams in the Air Force and used the PMI project management practices throughout her career. After she left the military, Janice went on to begin her consulting career, which focused on managing software development projects and executing program management principles and practices. More details can be found online at: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/janice-rodgers-pmp/0/796/692. After using PMI practices for over ten years in her professional career, Janice decided to get her PMP certification to further enhance her expertise and job performance. Recently, Janice finished an SAP business-transformation project, where she led a sales and marketing team to implement SAP using PMI practices with the Advanced SAP methodology. Her expertise and practical applications of the PMI methodology is proven and extensive over her 20-year career. Brenda K. Williams, PMP An Ohio native, Brenda K. Williams began her project management career working for Fortune 500 companies and consulting firms in the field of project management. She received her PMP certification from PMI in 2005. Brenda managed software development projects and executed program management initiatives at major corporations throughout the United States throughout her 25-year career. More details can be found online at: www.linkedin.com/in/brendakwilliams. Active in the community, Brenda is a past president of AWC (Association for Women in Computing), and member of both MPA (Microsoft Project Association) and PMI (Project Management Institute, Inc.). Brenda received the 2007 Woman of Excellence Award from the Federation of Houston Professional Women.