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Author:Robin Hornby, PMP
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If you are:
• Transitioning to Professional Services;
• A vendor project manager;
• A business owner or executive in Professional Services;
• Or a corporate manager applying business principles to projects
Then this book is for you.
Projects for Profit is a comprehensive analysis of the commercial project business, a neglected and poorly understood discipline. Designed for professional services managers and others responsible for adapting business practices to projects, the book lays out how-to-do-it advice, communication models, practical techniques, procedures, principles, policies, and over forty proven templates and checklists.
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Author:Elmar Kutsch; Mark Hall; Neil Turner
Description:As the title suggests, Project Resilience is about making projects and project managers more resilient. It offers a glimpse into our tendencies to be irrational in the face of adversity: risk, uncertainty and complexity. The second purpose is to offer a new perspective to aid in managing risky, and in particular uncertain and complex projects. The authors go beyond commonly-accepted standards in project management with the aim of providing an understanding of how to implement project-wide resilience. The purpose is to guide, not to prescribe. It is best used as a trigger for a thinking process to define your own unique approach to managing uncertainty, not to replace your experience and judgement. Ultimately, it has been written to challenge traditional wisdom in project management, and to address the rationale for creative best practices.
Publisher:Routledge
Price:$79.95
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Author:Ginger Levin, J. LeRoy Ward
Description:Although complexity is a phenomenon that confounds and challenges program managers across industry sectors, there is little information available that identifies the set of competencies managers need to complete their program successfully and deliver the benefits desired by stakeholders. Program Management Complexity: A Competency Model fills this void.
Publisher:Taylor and Francis Books
Price:$46.00
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Author:Serghei Floricel, PhD, Sorin Piperca, PhD Candidate, and Marc Banik, PhD
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“Expect the unexpected” is excellent advice for all project managers, and especially those involved in highly complex projects. While the importance of effectively handling unexpected events is often mentioned in project literature, formal study of the matter has been lacking. Increasing Project Flexibility: The Response Capacity of Complex Projects fills this void as a report of research conducted by Serghei Floricel, Sorin Piperca, and Marc Banik.
Publisher:Project Management Institute
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Author:Terry Cooke-Davies, PhD
Description:Aspects of Complexity attempts to support the project management profession in adapting to inevitable complexity, turning desirable complexity into tangible benefits, and minimizing the harmful effects of unwelcome complexity.

This book will help practitioners and their managers improve future practice, and guide researchers into answering questions that will best help to improve our understanding of multifacted project complexity
Publisher:Project Management Institute
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Author:Philip R. Diab, MBA, PMP
Description:Small- and medium-sized organizations’ adoption of best practices in project management are critical not only to the growth of the profession, but also to financial and economic stability. Sidestep Complexity outlines key critical factors and demonstrates that leadership in project management is at the heart of achieving organizational success.
Publisher:Project Management Institute
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Author:Ole Jonny Klakegg, PhD, MSc; Terry Williams, PhD, PMP; Derek Walker, PhD, MSc; Bjørn Andersen, PhD, MSc; and Ole Morten Magnussen, PhD, MSc
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Early Warning Signs in Complex Projects will help you see through the complexity of project assessments to recognize problems before it is too late and to improve the possibility for successful projects.
Publisher:Project Management Institute
Price:$39.95
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Author:Svetlana Cicmil, PhD, Terry Cooke-Davies, PhD, Lynn Crawford, DBA and Kurt Richardson, PhD
Description:Exploring the Complexity of Projects: Implications of Complexity Theory for Project Management Practice explores the process and findings of the implications of the complexity theory for project management theory and practice. The golden triangle (project deadline, budget and output) makes the standard definition of project management processes, skills and knowledge paradoxical and divorced from practice. This monograph contains research of management processes and capabilities in innovative project settings and highlights the challenges in contemporary project management practice.
Publisher:Project Management Institute
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Author:David Wirick
Description:This book covers one of the largest gaps in project management literature the government or public sector. The author describes the unique challenges of managing projects in the public sector and provides tools and templates for public-sector managers as they try to achieve results in that environment, which is characterized by limited resources, political and media oversight, overt opposition, complex sets of rules and processes, and unclear goals and outcomes. By being compliant with PMI's PMBOK® Guide, as well as the Government Extension to the PMBOK® Guide, Third Edition, this book provides a complete set of project management tools for public-sector managers that are both compliant with universal best practices and the unique challenges of the public sector.
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons and Project Management Institute
Price:$95.00
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