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Author:Ole Jonny Klakegg, Terry Williams, Ole Morten Magnussen
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Governance Frameworks for Public Project Development and Estimation includes a thorough investigation into theoretical perspectives and theories, mainly from economy and social sciences. Thirty-two aspects of theory are assessed, and it is indicated whether each framework design seems to have put weak or strong emphasis on each of these aspects. The purpose of the report is to seek better understanding of how the governance framework and the projects interact and how the framework influences the project.
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Author:Svetlana Cicmil, PhD, Terry Cooke-Davies, PhD, Lynn Crawford, DBA and Kurt Richardson, PhD
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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.
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Why is social media important? What is a microblog, podcast, vodcast, or a wikis, and why do project managers need to know? Communication is a key aspect of project management. Social media, the latest buzzword in the communications industry, is appealing to large and small business alike. . Many companies that initially utilized social media to reach customers and to build their reputations are now expanding its use to internal project management as well.
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Author:Franice M. Webster Jr.
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Writing as the 'olde curmudgeon,' Francis M. Webster Jr. lets new project managers in on the tricks of the trade. By following his advice, the most inexperienced novice should look good. In PM 101 According to the Olde Curmudgeon: An Introduction to the Basic Concepts of Project Management, Webster shares his well reasoned, well-organized observations honed over thirty years. This carefully written manual is full of ideas, distinctions, rules, metaphors--even commandments. PM 101 is essential for new project managers who need to come off the blocks on the right foot fast!
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Author:Monique Aubry, PhD, MPM; Brian Hobbs, PhD, MBA, PMP; Ralf Müller, DBA, MBA, PMP; Tomas Blomquist, PhD
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Identifying the Forces Driving Frequent Change in PMOs is a major contribution to the theoretical foundations of project management and a useful guide for project management practitioners and upper management executives in their implementation, remodeling, and management of PMOs.
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Are you an accidental manager? Then you won't be able to put this book down! For all those technical professionals who suddenly discover the skills that made them successful are not necessarily relevant to their new roles as project management practitioners, Dobson provides a useful, practical and highly readable guide.
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Much of the work performed in organizations around the world today is project oriented. Those responsible for leading the majority of these projects to successful results have varied educational backgrounds, knowledge, skill sets, and experiences gained over the course of their lives and careers that do not include the professional discipline known as project management. Most are managing projects as part of their role, not their profession. However, these accidental project managers frequently run into the same sort of issues and problems faced by those whose profession is project management, but they lack the education or training to properly address them. As a result, more projects run by accidental project managers fail than succeed.
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This color poster illustrates the five project management process groups and the processes under each group as defined by the PMBOK® Guide — Fifth Edition. Project managers and members of project teams will gain an understanding of the five process groups and each of the processes. The poster not only provides a visual interpretation of project management processes for easy comprehension, but also allows the user to write and make notes on its dry-erase laminate surface. The poster is 24x36 inches and is sold individually.
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Author:Bucero, Alfonso
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Hay un viejo proverbio que dice “ su actitud determina su altitud”. Las personas con una actitud positiva y constructiva logra muchos más éxitos que aquellos con unas actitudes neutras o negativas.
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Author:Edited by Henry Linger and Jill Owen
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The inaugural Asia Pacific Research Conference on Project Management was held in February 2010 at Monash University in Australia. The conference theme was 'The Project as a Social System' and brought together a wide-ranging group of project management researchers. This theme encapsulated and encouraged contributions from researchers on diverse social-, human-, and context-centered phenomena within the project-based environment. The papers presented in this book reflect the richness of this developing intellectual area in highlighting how projects interrelate with their social and contextual environments.
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