PM Crash Course, Second Edition eBook
PM Crash Course®, Second Edition—ePUB Version
By Rita Mulcahy et. al., Published by RMC Publications, Inc.
Do you manage small projects where you are the primary or possibly the only resource? Do you coach, mentor or manage project managers? Are you in charge of training and development for a Project Management Office (PMO)? If so, the second edition of RMC's best-selling book PM Crash Course®: A Guide to What REALLY Matters When Managing Projects offers project management tools and techniques that can be implemented TODAY—by any project team member at any level of experience.
The book also offers help with real-world project management issues, including:
- Finalizing what is being asked of you.
- Breaking down projects into manageable pieces.
- Identifying and managing project stakeholders.
- Preventing scope creep and missed deadlines.
- Proving your success, and getting credit for it.
- Preventing problems, instead of dealing with them AFTER they happen.
This book also offers brand new material on Agile Practices, The Role of Business Analysis on Projects and Updated Industry Terms and Definitions. Originally written by Rita Mulcahy and updated by Barbara A. Carkenord and Sonja L. Almlie, this book will help you acquire proven practices to complete projects on time, on budget and with fewer headaches.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact the RMC Customer Service Department at (952) 846-4484 between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm Central, Monday thru Friday.
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|Subjects||Projet Management, Tools and Techniques, Real-World Application|