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The Project Management Pocketbook

Keith Posner, Mike Applegarth

Publisher: Management Pocketbooks, 1999 , 110 pages

ISBN: 1-870471-63-6

Keywords: Project Management

Synopsis:

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For team leaders and team members, a pocketful of tips, techniques and tools for efficient and effective task management.

Table of Contents:

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  • Introduction
    Who the book is for
  • What is a Project?
    Project definition, project management cycle
  • Scoping the Project
    Setting objectives, SWOT, force-field analysis and information gathering
  • Planning the Project
    Considering options, 5M analysis, Gantt charts and PERT diagrams
  • Implementing the Plan
    Control point identification, the participative approach, communication, the change process
  • Evaluating the Project
    McKinsey's 7S model, questions to ask
  • Projecting with People
    Advice for a new project leader/member, MORALE, selling the benefits
  • References

Reviews:

The Project Management Pocketbook

by Roland Buresund last modified 2007-09-05 15:36

Rating: ***** (OK)

This book should be given to all future (and present) project manager, so that they would know what they are up to (or rather, what they should be up to).


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