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Managing computer projects

Stan Price

Managing computer projects

by Stan Price

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Published by Wiley in Chichester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electronic data processing -- Management.,
  • Industrial project management.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementStan Price.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.9.M3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination(150)p. :
    Number of Pages150
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21474141M
    ISBN 100471911135

    GUIDE FOR THE PROCESS OF MANAGING RISK ON RAPID RENEWAL PROJECTS â Support services and materials: printing and copying; information technology (computer network, phone, e-mail); LCD projectors (Ã 2); notebook computer (for technical documentation); projection screen; dry-erase board and markers; paper flipchart and markers; power. Chapter 2 Contemporary Project Management: Concepts and Principles AMAZON “Amazonians are leaning into the future, with radical and transformational innovations that has become second nature at Amazon, - Selection from Managing Technology-Based Projects: Tools, Techniques, People and Business Processes [Book].

    Managing Risk in Projects places risk management in its proper context in the world of project management and beyond, and emphasises the central concepts that are essential in order to understand why and how risk management should be implemented on all projects of all types and sizes, in all industries and in all countries. Managing Agile Projects contains well over pages packed full of insider tips on how to make these methods work for you. Chapters focus on topics critical to the success of projects facing changing requirements and seemingly impossible deadlines.

    PRINCE2® (Projects in a Controlled Environment) is part of the Global Best Practice suite of publications, which helps organizations and individuals manage their projects, programmes and services consistently and effectively. It is a structured project management method based on experience drawn from thousands of project practitioners sponsors, trainers, and academics : $ East 96th Street, Indianapolis, Indiana Gregory M. Horine Project Management Third Edition.


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A practical guide to improving the management of computer projects, this book shows the disciplines which must be enforced if project timescales and budgets are to be met. It also deals with the 'human factor' in projects. The author defines the professional skills. DeMarco and Lister have done a terrific job creating a conscious and deliberate process that will create a practical amount of management while increasing the chances of actually delivering the project on time.

This book should be a mandatory read for anyone managing moderate to high risk by: Managing Risk in Projects places risk management in its proper context in the world of project management and beyond, and emphasises the central concepts that are essential in order to understand why and how risk management should be implemented on all projects of all types and sizes, in all industries and in all by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lustman, François.

Managing computer projects. Reston, Va.: Reston Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) Managing Projects offers a hands-on resource for building practical competencies for anyone who must manage one or more small- to mid-size projects. The book is filled with targeted processes, tools, techniques, and influencing skills that address the more difficult "people" side of project s: 6.

A practical aid to improving the management of computer projects, this book shows the disciplines which must be enforced if project timescales and budgets are to. This chapter gives the definition of a project and explains the four main criteria given in the project-management triangle, i.e., time-bound projects, cost-bound projects, quality/performance-bound projects and safety-bound projects.

The importance of safety is emphasized by placing it. Setting and managing expectations is one of the most difficult skills a project manager has to develop. At the beginning of a project, there are many unknowns. However as you build key project management deliverables, such as a scope, timelines, and a project plan, you can set clear expectations with your team and clients.

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This paper examines how project managers working within the healthcare industry can effectively manage the changes and the transitions involved in implementing IT-oriented projects. In doing so, it explains the six factors that can affect. One of the main criticisms of the literature on project management is that it focuses much attention on network-based techniques and ignores information on other tools essential for managing projects.

The literature fails to discuss most of the tools that practitioners commonly use. This article examines a taxonomy of techniques used when managing projects, a taxonomy compiled from the author.

Manage agile projects using simple, visual task boards that support Scrum, Kanban, or custom workflows. Choose whatever methodology makes sense for your project: agile, waterfall, or hybrid.

Read the full story. Follow Project on LinkedIn. Follow Project on Twitter. Follow Project on Facebook. Follow Project on Blog. *Sold separately. The book is organized around basic principles of software project management: planning and estimating, measuring and controlling, leading and communicating, and managing risk.

Introduces software development methods, from traditional (hacking, requirements to code, and waterfall) to iterative (incremental build, evolutionary, agile, and spiral).

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