Third Wave Project Management: A Handbook for Managing the Complex Information System for the 1990's

Paperback | October 29, 1992

byRob Thomsett

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This guide hands readers a new management paradigmthat stresses people-oriented values, proving how they have a greater influence on the success of a project than organizational structures. The handbook emphasizes the integration of information by all people involved in a project to facilitate quick comprehension of the project, and covers a variety of aspects including control issues ... management as a problem-solving process ... team driven projects ... upper management involvement ... Rapid Application Planning ... management information sets ... and real-time project management. Ideal for software project managers and all those involved in software project development.

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A software project management handbook that advances a new project management paradigm. One that recognizes people-oriented values as having greater influence on the success of a project than traditional organization structures. Focuses on key management issues such as control, management as a problem-solving process, team-driven proje...

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This guide hands readers a new management paradigmthat stresses people-oriented values, proving how they have a greater influence on the success of a project than organizational structures. The handbook emphasizes the integration of information by all people involved in a project to facilitate quick comprehension of the projec...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.5 inPublished:October 29, 1992Publisher:Pearson Education

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ISBN - 10:0139152997

ISBN - 13:9780139152993

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A software project management handbook that advances a new project management paradigm. One that recognizes people-oriented values as having greater influence on the success of a project than traditional organization structures. Focuses on key management issues such as control, management as a problem-solving process, team-driven projects, upper management involvement, Management Information Sets, and real time project management