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Project Management Demystified

bySid Kemp

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LEARN PROJECT MANAGEMENT ON TIME AND UNDER BUDGET!

Project Management Demystified is valuable for both the novice project manager and the experienced. For the novice, it is a great way to understand PM basics in an easy-to-understand and practical way. Personalized stories demonstrate both what to do and what not to do. Experienced project managers will find 'gems' spread throughout the text to take away to improve their results. -- Lee Krevat, IT Director, Business Strategic Alignment, Sempra Energy (A Fortune 500 company)

Mr. Kemp truly demystifies project management, connecting the how and the why. Students and managers alike will gain both skills and confidence. -- Malcolm Ryder, Principal and Chief Strategy Officer, Renovance, L.L.P. (An IT management consulting firm)

Written in straightforward language, Project Management Demystified will help you gain "instant expertise" in project management -- even if you have no previous formal training in executive skills. The author, who has trained thousands of first-time managers and team leaders, uses a host of powerful techniques to help you soak up what you really need to know.

With Project Management Demystified, you master the subject one simple step at a time -- at your own speed. Unlike most books on project management, general principles are presented first—and the details follow. In order to make the learning process clear, simple, and useful, Project Management Demystified offers questions at the end of each chapter to pinpoint weaknesses, and case studies throughout the book to reinforce the entire process of project management.

This unique, self-teaching guide shows you how to:
* Transform a good idea into a smooth-flowing project
* Ensure project delivery with the "Six Keys to Success"
* Turn disorganized "to-do" lists into effective action plans
* Master people-management and team-building skills
* Analyze design, development, budgeting, and scheduling
* Calm the "storm period" -- the transition to production
* Bring your project in on time and under budget
* Gain practical management skills you can use again and again
* Build your "Project for Learning" and use reviews to retain information
* And much, much more!

If you're looking for mastery of essential PM skills, let Project Management Demystified be your shortcut!

About The Author

Sid Kemp, PMP, is a certified Project Management Professional and a leading expert in project management for information technology, with over 15 years of experience. He assists Fortune 500 companies and major governmental agencies in the deployment of new technology and in developing and deploying custom project management methodologi...
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Title:Project Management DemystifiedFormat:PaperbackDimensions:340 pages, 9.3 × 7.3 × 0.65 inPublished:May 18, 2004Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0071440143

ISBN - 13:9780071440141

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Table of Contents

PART ONE: HELLO, PROJECT MANAGEMENT

CHAPTER 1: What is Project Management?

CHAPTER 2: Tools to Use Over and Over

CHAPTER 3: Six Keys to Project Success

CHAPTER 4: The Project and Project Life Cycles

PART TWO: A PROJECT, START TO FINISH

CHAPTER 5: Concept: A Good Idea can be a BadProject

CHAPTER 6: Analysis: What Does the Customer Want?

CHAPTER 7: Design: What Are We Making? How WillWe Do It?

CHAPTER 8: Development: Keeping on Track andManaging Change

CHAPTER 9: Transition to Production: The StormPeriod

PART THREE: SKILLS AND TOOLS

CHAPTER 10: Planning and Estimation Tools

CHAPTER 11: Managing Risk and Change

CHAPTER 12: Managing Your Team

CHAPTER 13: Project Quality Management

GLOSSARY

RESOURCES FOR LEARNING

INDEX