1 edition of The E-business Project Manager (The essential handbook for success in the new Age of E-business) found in the catalog.
The E-business Project Manager (The essential handbook for success in the new Age of E-business)
by Best Sellers Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Project Management for Non-Project Managers. by Jack Ferraro. The Jack Ferraro’s work is for every manager who is scared by the complex terminology and processes of the project management area. This book describes the critical project management skills even as it lists out step-by-step guidelines for project management process. completion. It emphasizes project management during the early stages of project de- velopment because the ability to influence the quality, cost, and schedule of a proj- ect can best be achieved during the early stages of development. Most books discuss project management during construction, after the scope of work is fully defined.
This title shows readers how to identify their project mission and pilot the process through to the end, plan projects and produce effective and realistic schedules, control and evaluate a project at all stages, and improve management skills to become a more effective project manager/5(5). The Project Management Answer Book, Second Edition. Author: Jeff Furman. Insights: The author has over 15 years of IT projects management under his belt so you can be certain he knows one or two things about project management. This book primarily focuses on the fundamental principles of project management with relevant examples cited.
Books Best Sellers & more Top New Releases Deals in Books School Books Textbooks Books Outlet Children's Books Calendars & Diaries Audible Audiobooks Project Management See product details. The book is most useful to those who have some project management experience or some background industry experience. As a fresh graduate, this book is definitely not a definitive guide to project management but a short collection of best practises. This has many helpful tips and guide through the entire project management process/5(37).
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The book is primarily intended for current and prospective e-business project managers who wish to share ideas, experiences, and best practices. Recent market surveys of GartnerGroup, Forrester, and StandishGroup indicate that many e-business projects fail due to a lack of operational excellence in project by: Browse Business > Project Management eBooks to read online or download in EPUB or PDF format on your mobile device and PC.
The book "Project Business Management" introduces project managers to the challenges of doing projects as businesses. It looks at the two sides of the business: Contractor side: Doing projects as profit centers to bring money home and make the customer happy.5/5(3). This book is based on a scientific and thorough survey of over project managers worldwide and focuses on what separates the superstar PMs from the average.
It’s great for learning the traits and habits that help determine what your peers and superiors think of you – and what will help you climb the corporate ladder most quickly.
A Project Manager's Book of Tools and Techniques is a practical manual for putting essential project management concepts into practice/5(2). The book covers all the major concepts an inexperienced project manager should master, from planning to control and execution of the assigned project. Project Management for Business Professionals is the definitive reference on the essentials of contemporary project management.
Featured here are some of the foremost practitioners and researchers from academia, consulting, and private industry, sharing their various areas of project management expertise and providing a wide range of Reviews: 1.
Project Management JumpStart is an easy-to-read project management book written in a friendly, conversational tone. It thoroughly covers project management basics and the project management lifecycle that those new to project management will need to get acquainted with – the planning, executing, managing and closing of projects.
The Second Edition of this comprehensive book, discusses the fundamental aspects of Project Management in a student-friendly manner. It deals with topics such as project life cycle, project selection, feasibility study and techniques like PERT and CPM for project control.
This book covers all the topics relevant to Project Management. It outlines an overview of Project Management, the Project Life Cycle, and covers all knowledge areas as identified in the PMBOK 5th edition.
It does not integrate using a software like Microsoft Project. I was a portfolio manager in a Fortune company and later was a partner in the fourth largest management consulting firm in the world. I wrote my books to duplicate my “shadowing” experience.
My goal is to help PMs understand and master the processes, tools, techniques and work products of a professional project manager. The Project Manager for E-Business ™ (PME) standard is a professional benchmark that demonstrates the attainment of a defined level of technical knowledge in E-Business and Information Systems Project Management, professional practice and ethical behavior.
Project management is a very complex role since the manager is required to handle demands which are conflicting in nature to be converted into a single and successfully strategy achieved in the given time, resource and budget constraints.
This book teaches on ensuring how each step should within project management be executed smoothly. Widely regarded as the original project management bible, A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (also known as the PMBOK Guide, and originally published in ) is an page behemoth designed for those who are looking to earn the prestigious PMP qualification.
It’s more than a simple study textbook, though. In this eBook, you will learn: how projects are defined and why they differ from business processes, how the structure of an organization impacts project management, how project management roles and responsibilities are defined, how all projects can be mapped to the same basic life cycle structure, and how project management can be organized into functional areas.
The Business Process Management Guidebook [eBook – Kindle format] This version is a MOBI file that will work with the Kindle eReader. The Kindle e-book can be transferred to your Kindle in one of two methods.
Plug the Kindle into computer using the USB cord. Copy the file into the folder titled document on the Kindle. As a project manager, this book is helpful because it provides a great framework for effectively managing yourself and others. The book is over 40 years old, and while the examples are a bit dated, the message is still very relevant.
The core message is that effectiveness is a habit, not a skill. Effectiveness is "getting the right things done.". A list of books that inform and provide practical information on Project Management tools, techniques, products, strategy and tactics.
Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book. Click on the link below to view / download the ebook(s): The UTS Program Guide To Project Management Book (PDF). A Project Management Primer by Nick Jenkins (43 pages) (PDF) [View / Download]; 97 Things Every Software Project Manager Should Know by O’Reilly Media (Online reading only) [View / Download]; Mastering Software Project Management by Hsiang Tao Yeh.
The new e-business environment runs at an accelerated speed -- 'Internet time' -- where being on time can be more important than being under time compression has created challenges for project managers who need to understand rules applying to e-business, and apply a different style of project management in order to decide how to make critical project article.
13 E-business Project Manager jobs available on Apply to Project Manager, Information Technology Manager, Technical Project Manager and more!Mastering IT Project Management is the first book to detail how to create IT infrastructure rather than simply describe how to manage the IT function or software development.
This unique and comprehensive reference covers all aspects needed to successfully manage this type of project in an organization. Your library of project management books should reflect this breadth of skills and expertise. To help you out, I’ve compiled a definitive list of books on project management, leadership, communication, and time management below.
The Best Project Management Books.