Managing e-Business Projects: 99 Key Success Factors by Thomas StoehrManaging e-Business Projects: 99 Key Success Factors by Thomas Stoehr

Managing e-Business Projects: 99 Key Success Factors

byThomas Stoehr

Paperback | December 1, 2001

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Motivation for e-business Project Management Is there a need for a book called 'Managing e-business Projects'? There are thousands of books on project management in general and hundreds on IT project management in par­ ticular. The decisive question is whether or not traditional project management works also for e-business projects. You find different answers to this question - myths about managing e-business projects continue to abound. Some people believe that managing an e-business project does not differ from manag­ ing an IT project. In their opinion e-business can be reduced to technological factors only. They view e-business as the current wave of a technological evolution in IT. As a consequence they propagate the application of traditional IT project management tech­ niques to e-business projects. Other people have a completely different view. They think that e-business projects re­ quire an entirely new project management methodology that is absolutely distinct from what has been done before. The extreme finds its expression in the belief that e-business projects need not be managed at all. Some people view project management for e­ business projects as an unnecessary bureaucratic burden that stifles the creativity of the project staff.
Title:Managing e-Business Projects: 99 Key Success FactorsFormat:PaperbackPublished:December 1, 2001Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3540421653

ISBN - 13:9783540421658

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Table of Contents

From the contents: Introduction.- e-business Projects.- Managing the Scope.- Managing the Schedule.- Managing the Team.- Managing the Cost.- Managing the Client.- Managing Risks.- Managing Technology.- Managing Quality.- Managing Change.- Managing the Subcontractor.- Managing Communications.- Managing Documentation.- List of Acronyms.- Glossary.- References.- Index of Key Success Factors.- Index.