Project Management For Dummies

Höfundur: Stanley E. Portny
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Efnisyfirlit

  • Cover
  • Introduction
    • About This Book
    • Foolish Assumptions
    • Icons Used in This Book
    • Beyond the Book
    • Where to Go from Here
  • Part 1: Getting Started with Project Management
    • Chapter 1: Project Management: The Key to Achieving Results
      • Determining What Makes a Project a Project
      • Defining Project Management
      • Knowing the Project Manager’s Role
      • Do You Have What It Takes to Be an Effective Project Manager?
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
    • Chapter 2: Beginning the Journey: The Genesis of a Project
      • Gathering Ideas for Projects
      • Developing the Project Charter
      • Deciding Which Projects to Move to the Second Phase of Their Life Cycle
    • Chapter 3: Knowing Your Project’s Stakeholders: Involving the Right People
      • Understanding Your Project’s Stakeholders
      • Developing a Stakeholder Register
      • Determining Whether Stakeholders Are Drivers, Supporters, or Observers
      • Displaying Your Stakeholder Register
      • Confirming Your Stakeholders’ Authority
      • Assessing Your Stakeholders’ Power and Interest
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
    • Chapter 4: Clarifying What You’re Trying to Accomplish — And Why
      • Defining Your Project with a Scope Statement
      • Looking at the Big Picture: Explaining the Need for Your Project
      • Marking Boundaries: Project Constraints
      • Facing the Unknowns When Planning: Documenting Your Assumptions
      • Presenting Your Scope Statement in a Clear and Concise Document
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
    • Chapter 5: Developing Your Game Plan: Getting from Here to There
      • Divide and Conquer: Breaking Your Project into Manageable Chunks
      • Creating and Displaying Your Work Breakdown Structure
      • Identifying Risks While Detailing Your Work
      • Documenting What You Need to Know about Your Planned Project Work
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
  • Part 2: Planning Time: Determining When and How Much
    • Chapter 6: You Want This Project Done When?
      • Picture This: Illustrating a Work Plan with a Network Diagram
      • Analyzing a Network Diagram
      • Working with Your Project’s Network Diagram
      • Developing Your Project’s Schedule
      • Estimating Activity Duration
      • Displaying Your Project’s Schedule
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
    • Chapter 7: Establishing Whom You Need, How Much of Their Time, and When
      • Getting the Information You Need to Match People to Tasks
      • Estimating Needed Commitment
      • Ensuring Your Project Team Members Can Meet Their Resource Commitments
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
    • Chapter 8: Planning for Other Resources and Developing the Budget
      • Determining Non-Personnel Resource Needs
      • Making Sense of the Dollars: Project Costs and Budgets
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
    • Chapter 9: Venturing into the Unknown: Dealing with Risk
      • Defining Risk and Risk Management
      • Focusing on Risk Factors and Risks
      • Assessing Risks: Probability and Consequences
      • Getting Everything under Control: Managing Risk
      • Preparing a Risk-Management Plan
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
  • Part 3: Group Work: Putting Your Team Together
    • Chapter 10: Aligning the Key Players for Your Project
      • Defining Three Organizational Environments
      • Recognizing the Key Players in a Matrix Environment
      • Working Successfully in a Matrix Environment
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
    • Chapter 11: Defining Team Members’ Roles and Responsibilities
      • Outlining the Key Roles
      • Making Project Assignments
      • Picture This: Depicting Roles with a Responsibility Assignment Matrix
      • Dealing with Micromanagement
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
    • Chapter 12: Starting Your Project Team Off on the Right Foot
      • Finalizing Your Project’s Participants
      • Developing Your Team
      • Laying the Groundwork for Controlling Your Project
      • Hear Ye, Hear Ye! Announcing Your Project
      • Setting the Stage for Your Post-Project Evaluation
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
  • Part 4: Steering the Ship: Managing Your Project to Success
    • Chapter 13: Tracking Progress and Maintaining Control
      • Holding On to the Reins: Project Control
      • Establishing Project Management Information Systems
      • Putting Your Control Process into Action
      • Reacting Responsibly When Changes Are Requested
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
    • Chapter 14: Keeping Everyone Informed
      • I Said What I Meant and I Meant What I Said: Successful Communication Basics
      • Choosing the Appropriate Medium for Project Communication
      • Preparing a Written Project-Progress Report
      • Holding Key Project Meetings
      • Preparing a Project Communications Management Plan
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
    • Chapter 15: Encouraging Peak Performance by Providing Effective Leadership
      • Exploring the Differences between Leadership and Management
      • Recognizing the Traits People Look for in a Leader
      • Developing Personal Power and Influence
      • You Can Do It! Creating and Sustaining Team Member Motivation
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
    • Chapter 16: Bringing Your Project to Closure
      • Staying the Course to Completion
      • Handling Administrative Issues
      • Providing a Smooth Transition for Team Members
      • Surveying the Results: The Post-Project Evaluation
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
  • Part 5: Taking Your Project Management to the Next Level
    • Chapter 17: Using Newer Methods and Resources to Enhance Your Project Management
      • Taking a Look at the Agile Approach to Project Management
      • Using Computer Software Effectively
      • Using Social Media to Enhance Project Management
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
    • Chapter 18: Monitoring Project Performance with Earned Value Management
      • Defining Earned Value Management
      • The How-To: Applying Earned Value Management to Your Project
      • Determining a Task’s Earned Value
      • Relating This Chapter to the PMP Exam and PMBOK 6
  • Part 6: The Part of Tens
    • Chapter 19: Ten Questions to Ask Yourself as You Plan Your Project
      • What’s the Purpose of Your Project?
      • Whom Do You Need to Involve?
      • What Results Will You Produce?
      • What Constraints Must You Satisfy?
      • What Assumptions Are You Making?
      • What Work Has to Be Done?
      • When Does Each Activity Start and End?
      • Who Will Perform the Project Work?
      • What Other Resources Do You Need?
      • What Can Go Wrong?
    • Chapter 20: Ten Tips for Being a Better Project Manager
      • Be a “Why” Person
      • Be a “Can Do” Person
      • Think about the Big Picture
      • Think in Detail
      • Assume Cautiously
      • View People as Allies, Not Adversaries
      • Say What You Mean and Mean What You Say
      • Respect Other People
      • Acknowledge Good Performance
      • Be a Manager and a Leader
  • Appendix: Combining the Techniques into Smooth-Flowing Processes
    • Preparing Your Project Plan
    • Controlling Your Project during Performance
  • About the Author
  • Advertisement Page
  • Connect with Dummies
  • End User License Agreement

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