Lessons in Project Management: Jeffrey Mochal
Management Lessons from Movies:100 Management Tips from World Cinema Gokul Santhanam
Lessons in Agile Management:On the Road to Kanban David J Anderson
Lessons in Agile Management:On the Road to Kanban David J. Anderson
Umfassend stellt das Buch die wesentlichen Grundlagen und die 44 wichtigsten Instrumente des Change Management vor. Dabei geht es um Leitbilder, Visionen und Werte, Schaffen von Problembewusstsein, Analyse der Unternehmenskultur, Interventions-Design, Kommunikationsmatrix, Pay-off-Matrix, Roadmapping, Appreciative Inquiry, Chatroom, World Café, Debriefing, Lessons Learned, Reinforcement Diagnostic, Kaizen u.v.a. Jedes Instrument wird verständlich erklärt und anwendungsorientiert erläutert . So finden Praktiker für jede Phase des Wandels die passenden Werkzeuge.
MEET YOUR GOALS-ON TIME AND ON BUDGET. How do you rein in the scope of your project when you´ve got a group of demanding stakeholders breathing down your neck? And map out a schedule everyone can stick to? And motivate team members who have competing demands on their time and attention? Whether you´re managing your first project or just tired of improvising, this guide will give you the tools and confidence you need to define smart goals, meet them, and capture lessons learned so future projects go even more smoothly. The HBR Guide to Project Management will help you: Build a strong, focused teamBreak major objectives into manageable tasksCreate a schedule that keeps all the moving parts under controlMonitor progress toward your goalsManage stakeholders´ expectationsWrap up your project and gauge its success
The project management profession is rapidly growing industry with over 75K accredited PM professionals and the goal of Project Management for Mere Mortals (video product) is to present information on important project management topics in an easily accessible, common-sense manner. This video course will cover the mechanics of project management while giving the viewer valuable information on how to work successfully with a project team and deal with organizational politics. All topics are hands-on and each lesson can stand on its own, for those who want navigate to the content of choice. There are very few ´´smart´´ introductory project management books aimed at professionals and none that tie content to PM software. Product Description For anyone who wants to master project management-from novices to experienced PMs who want to successfully run more complex projects. Looking for a better way to master today´s rapidly changing programming technologies? Want expert help, but don´t have the time or energy to read a book? Can´t find classroom training worth the money? Discover LiveLessons: self-paced, personal video instruction from the world´s leading technology experts. LiveLessons are three-to-four hour video courses, on DVD with a book supplement, that are organized into bite-sized, self-contained lessons-you´ll learn key skills in as little as fifteen minutes! Each lesson begins with well-defined learning objectives and ends with comprehensive summaries, which help you track your progress. Follow along as your instructor shows how to get results in today´s top development environments. In this LiveLesson-which contains 7+ hours of hands-on video training-top project management trainer Claudia Baca makes real-world project management simpler and easier than ever before. Project Management for Mere Mortals® is a comprehensive video training course that teaches key techniques, using a live case study that covers all five process groups of project management: initiation, planning, execution, monitoring/controlling, and closing. Learn at your own pace and get practical, common-sense help with scoping, scheduling, budgeting, organizing work, building teams, setting quality goals, identifying risks, coping with politics, controlling changes, baselining, ending projects, and much more! Features + Benefits This is a hands-on project management video with real examples and techniques that work. Teaches the basics of project management, the role of project manager and how PMBOK fits in. Helps viewer understand the basics of building a team and balancing team dynamics. Describes how to create project plans, schedules, and budgets. Takes the viewer into advanced skills such as estimating, cost budgeting, baselining, and change control. Preface v About the Author ix Session 1: Setting the Project Management Context 1Session 2: You´ve Been Assigned a Project! 5Session 3: How Big Is This Project? 9Session 4: Creating Product Requirements 13Session 5: Laying Out the Work 17Session 6: The Art of Estimating 23Session 7: Quality-How Good Does It Have to Be? 37Session 8: Communication-What Do You Think about My Project? 45Session 9: Risk-What Should You Worry About? 63Session 10: Creating the Schedule 71Session 11: Budgeting-How Much? 81Session 12: The Rhythm of Project Execution 87Session 13: Keeping the Project on Track 89Session 14: Controlling Changes 91Session 15: Success!-Closing the Project 97Session 16: Building Effective Teams 101Session 17: Working Project Politics 103 The project management profession is rapidly growing industry with over 75K accredited PM professionals and this video product presents information on important project management topics in an easily accessible, common-sense manner. It is a hands-on project management video with real examples and techniques that work.
Companies that embrace Agile Management can deliver instant, intimate, frictionless value on a large scale. Drawing on lessons learned from these bold companies, a renowned Agile advocate demystifies Agile by providing three ´´laws´´ that make it practical and clear.