The Sixth Edition of Effective Project Management provides updated and expanded coverage of all major project management techniques, including: Traditional: including bothLinear and Incremental methods. Agile: including Iterative and Adaptive methods. Extreme. This Sixth edition provides more than 50 pages of new material, including a new chapter on career and professional development for project managers.
#xA0;#xA0; The author retains his winning approach to the material, which includes#xA0;step-by-step processes, and related tools and templates to support both practitioners and students. Highlights of the new edition include:#xA0; A more condensed and better sequenced topic presentation New chapter: What is Project Management? New chapter: Career and Professional Development of Project Managers Integrate Critical Chain Project Management into the chapter on Traditional Project Management Introduction of the Requirements Management Life Cycle as the key driver for selecting a best fit PMLC Expansion of the chapter on the Project Support Office to discuss supporting process, project, program, and portfolio New Appendix: Glossary of Abbreviations Enriched collateral materials: Integrate additional lecture slides Enriched case study exercises Improved chapter discussion questions #xA0;As with previous editions of this book, the author provides readers---both professionals and students--with a#xA0;comprehensive, step-by-step guide to effective project management techniques,#xA0;including in-depth case studies.#xA0;#xA0;He presents the pros and cons of these methods so readers can decide the best method for managing specific types of projects.#xA0; The author#xA0;also shows how to select and use best-of-breed project management tools and templates for each management task. The companion website provides accompanying exercises and solutions,#xA0;plus PowerPoint slides for all figures/tables, to support instructors and students.
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