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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Fast Forward MBA in Project Management.
: Wiley, ©2015
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Notes:||Chapter 8: Work Breakdown Structure: Break Your Project into Manageable Units of Work.|
|Description:||1 online resource (555 pages).|
|Contents:||Title Page; Copyright; Forms Available Online; Acknowledgments; About the Author; Preface; Part 1: Introduction; Chapter 1: Project Management: A Platform for Innovation; Introduction; Project Management Is Keeping Pace With Global Change; Project Management Is An Essential Leadership Skillset; Successful Projects Deliver Value; The Art And Science Of Project Leadership; A Practical Checklist For Successful Projects: How This Book Will Help You; Beyond The Book: Tools For Application And Continuous Learning; End Point; Chapter 2: Foundation Principles of Project Management; Introduction. Projects Require Project ManagementThe Challenge of Managing Projects; The Evolution of a Discipline; The Definition of Success; Project Management Functions; Project Life Cycle; Organizing for Projects; Project Managers are Leaders; End Point; Chapter 3: Build Great Products: Lessons from Agile, Lean Start-Up, and Stage-Gate; Introduction; Defining Value: A new Lens for Judging Projects Informs the Development Process; Leverage a Consistent Product Development Process; Best Practices for Capturing Requirements are Integrated into a Product Development Process. A Development Process is not Project ManagementInnovation Projects Experiment to Discover Desirability and Viability; End Point; Part 2: Defining the Project; Chapter 4: Project Initiation: Turning a Problem or Opportunity into a Project; Introduction; Project Initiation's Place in the Project Life Cycle; A Proposal Defines the Future Business Value; Managing Requirements is Tightly Linked to Project Initiation; Common Principles for Project Initiation; Basic Project Proposal Content; Designing a Realistic Initiation Process; End Point. Chapter 5: Know Your Key Stakeholders and Win Their CooperationIntroduction; Stakeholder Focus Throughout the Life of the Project; Stakeholder Management is Risk Management for People; Stakeholder Roles: Project Manager; Stakeholder Roles: Project Team; Stakeholder Roles: Management; Stakeholder Roles: The Customer; Affected Stakeholders can Make Crucial Contributions; Engage Affected Stakeholders; Lead the Stakeholders; End Point; Fast Foundation in Project Management; Chapter 6: Write the Rules: Key Documents to Manage Expectations and Define Success; Introduction. Project Rules are the FoundationPublish a Project Charter; Write a Statement of Work; Statement of Work: Minimum Content; Part 3: The Planning Process; Chapter 7: Risk Management: Minimize the Threats to Your Project; Introduction; All Project Management is Risk Management; The Risk Management Framework; Step One: Identify the Risks; Step Two: Analyze and Prioritize the Risks; Step Three: Develop Response Plans; Step Four: Establish Contingency and Reserve; Step Five: Continuous Risk Management; Unexpected Leadership; End Point; Fast Foundation in Project Management.|
|Series Title:||Fast forward MBA series.|