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Author:Brian Hobbs and Yvan Petit School of Management, University of Quebec at Montreal
Description:Creativity and productivity, rapid adaptation to change, value for the customer—these are just some of the advantages of implementing agile practices in project work. However, agile practices have been most widely and successfully undertaken in the context of small, colocated teams working on small software projects, known as the “agile sweet spot.”

In this monograph, Brian Hobbs and Yvan Petit explore the use and impact of agile outside of the agile sweet spot. Through a case study and survey questionnaire, they uncover research questions that have remained largely unexamined in the literature, on the project level as well as on the organizational level.
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Author:Ajay Bhargove
Description:Project Procurement: A Real-World Guide to Procurement Skills provides insight into the procurement community across sectors and across the globe. Here, the author covers the most widely used techniques and methods for supplier management, including supplier qualification and selection, supplier development, and supplier performance evaluation during different project stages—topics that have rarely been discussed in the procurement community, because they have traditionally been the area of expertise among financial experts.
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Author:Nicholas Clarke, PhD, Alessia D. Amato, PhD, Malcolm Higgs, PhD, and Ramesh Vahidi, PhD
Description:In this groundbreaking book, the authors explore how those who serve as leaders on projects can exercise their roles in ways that respond to the ever-increasing need for ethical decision making. They examine the factors that enable and constrain responsible leadership, looking at the issues faced by project managers as they interact with team members and other stakeholders. Responsible Leadership also provides new insights into how project managers view the moral implications of conflicts that occur as they conduct their work and is a valuable addition to the project management toolkit.
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Author:Eric Rebentisch
Description:Integrating Program Management and Systems Engineering shows how organizations can become more effective, more efficient, and more responsive, and enjoy better performance outcomes.
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Author:Project Management Institute
Description:The Software Extension to the PMBOK® Guide provides guidance on the management of software development projects, and bridges the gap between the traditional, predictive approach described in the PMBOK® Guide and iterative approaches such as agile more commonly used in software development.

As an extension to the PMBOK® Guide – Fifth Edition, this PMI standard builds upon and extends the content found in the PMBOK® Guide. The two books can be used in conjunction to manage software development projects of all types.
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Author:Kim H. Pries and Jon M. Quigley
Description:Finding ways to improve margins can be the difference between organizations that thrive and those that simply survive during times of economic uncertainty. Describing why cost reductions can be just as powerful as increases in revenue, Total Quality Management for Project Management explains how to integrate time-tested project management tools with the power of Total Quality Management (TQM) to achieve significant cost reductions.
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Author:Richard Maltzman, PMP and David Shirley, PMP
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Recipient of the 2011 PMI David I. Cleland Project Management Literature Award

Detailing cutting-edge green techniques and methods, this book teaches project managers how to maximize resources and get the most out of limited budgets. It supplies proven techniques and best practices in green project management, including risk and opportunity assessments. With illustrative case studies and insights from acknowledged leaders in green project management.
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Author:Ellen Gottesdiener
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Requirements by Collaboration: Workshops for Defining Needs focuses on the human side of software development--how well we work with our customers and teammates. Experience shows that the quality and degree of participation, communication, respect, and trust among all the stakeholders in a project can strongly influence its success or failure.
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The Complete Project Management Office Handbook, Third Edition explains how to use the project management office (PMO) as a business integrator to influence project outcomes in a manner that serves both project and business management interests.
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Author:Gary Lloyd
Description:The track record of IT projects is poor. Less than a third of IT projects deliver what they said they would, on schedule and on budget. The major cause of IT project failure is not poor IT leadership or difficult technology but poor business leadership.

One of the reasons is that, unlike their IT peers, business managers often get little training or education in project delivery, let alone the special case represented by an IT project. Business Leadership for IT Projects addresses the gap by providing tools and ideas applicable to all sizes of IT projects, from those in large multinational corporations, to small growing businesses. It sets out the key project touchpoints where business leadership can have a major impact on project success.

The book combines psychological research and project best practice to create a practical toolbox that can be dipped into, as needs arise, or followed as an overall approach to IT project leadership.
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