Project Decisions: The Art and Science, 2nd Edition

  • 9h 26m 7s
  • Lev Virine, Michael Trumper
  • Berrett-Koehler Publishers
  • 2019

Project Decisions: The Art and Science is an entertaining and easy-to-follow guide to a structured project decision analysis process. This valuable audio presents the basics of cognitive psychology and quantitative analysis methods to help project managers make better decisions. Examples that portray different projects, real-life stories, and popular culture will help listeners acquire the essential knowledge and skills required for effective project decision-making.

In this Audiobook

  • Chapter 1 - Project Decision Analysis: What is it?
  • Chapter 2 - “Gut Feel” vs. Decision Analysis: Introduction to the Psychology of Project Decision-Making
  • Chapter 3 - Understanding the Decision Analysis Process
  • Chapter 4 - What is Rational Choice? A Brief Introduction to Decision Theory
  • Chapter 5 - Creativity in Project Management
  • Chapter 6 - Group Judgment and Decisions
  • Chapter 7 - Are You Allowed to Make a Decision? Or, about Decision Analysis and Organizational Culture
  • Chapter 8 - Identifying Problems and Assessing Situations
  • Chapter 9 - Defining Project Objectives
  • Chapter 10 - Generating Alternatives and Identifying Risks
  • Chapter 11 - The Psychology and Politics of Estimating
  • Chapter 12 - Project Valuation Models
  • Chapter 13 - Estimating Probabilities
  • Chapter 14 - Choosing What is Most Important: Sensitivity Analysis and Correlations
  • Chapter 15 - Decision Trees and the Value of New Information
  • Chapter 16 - What is Project Risk? Monte Carlo Method
  • Chapter 17 - “A Series of Unfortunate Events,” Or, Event Chain Methodology
  • Chapter 18 - The Art of Decision Analysis Reporting
  • Chapter 19 - Making a Choice with Multiple Objectives
  • Chapter 20 - Adaptive Project Management
  • Chapter 21 - Did You Make the Right Choice? Reviewing Project Decisions
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