Maximizing Benefits from IT Project Management: From Requirements to Value Delivery is a comprehensive and systematic guide for IT managers and project teams to have the awareness and knowledge of the great potential benefits of IT projects to the organization. It presents a value-added approach where project teams and stakeholders are guided by a practical method of evaluation of requirements for assessing value (ROI) of projects.
Five-phase Project Management: A Practical Planning and Implementation Guide is a practical step-by-step book that aims to walk through project managers in the five phases of a project, namely, the definition, planning, implementation, management and maintenance phases. It is a classic PM book with simple, easy-to-use format and has been a favorite starting point by teachers and trainers for their university students and training participants.
Agile Project Management for Dummies is a clear, step-by-step guide that introduces agile approaches, tools, and techniques. The book explains to the readers how to apply a PM style that can keep up with fast-paced technology and market requirements and still produce products quickly. It is a practical reference that provides not only theories but also practical suggestions on how to apply agile principles and when to apply it while avoiding possible problems.
Head First PMP Third Edition is the latest edition of the best-selling PMP prep book from Greene and Stellman. It covers the latest PMBOK Guide 5th Edition. More than that, the book presents the topics in a way that it will be understood and remembered by readers to help them pass the PMP certification exam. Aside from a novel way of presenting project management concepts, it also has many practice questions, exam study guides, and one full-length sample exam.
Project Management Lite: Just Enough to Get the Job Done… Nothing More is a lean book that offers the reader a step-by-step guide to complete a project. Unlike other books that try to cram a wide range of topics, principles, and phrases in one book, PM Lite trims out all the usual specialized terms. Instead, it presents to the reader in plain layman’s language how to plan a project, work the plan, and close it out.
Project Management the Agile Way: Making it Work in the Enterprise gives experienced project professionals and business leaders a clear explanation of different agile methods and how to apply it in projects in the enterprise. It guides readers trained in the traditional, classical PM discipline how to select the right agile practices and integrate them for a particular requirement or situation.
Agile Project Management: Creating Innovative Products (2nd Edition) is the updated guide of the classic 2004 book to agile project management (APM). Due to several factors that include the growth and acceptance of the agile movement in many industries in the past years, the author deemed it necessary to rewrite or revise some chapters and add new material for relevance.
Project Management JumpStart 3rd Edition is the latest edition of a popular introductory but comprehensive book about the subject. It covers the essential fundamentals but also includes updated PM methods and practices. This new edition is complete with new examples and a set of review questions after every chapter. After reading this book, the project professional would have certainly learned new things and would be better equipped for his or her next project.
Project Management ToolBox: Tools and Techniques for the Practicing Project Manager, 2nd Edition, is an update of a previous book published in 2003. The revised text has additional material due to the changes in project management, which was brought about by evolving business landscape. The content has been updated and now includes advances in the PM field, especially in the phases of planning, implementation and control, as well as cost and scheduling.