Project Management All-in-One For Dummies

  • 9h 25m
  • Stanley E. Portny
  • John Wiley & Sons (US)
  • 2020

Perform Be Agile! Time-crunch! Right now, the business world has never moved so fast and project managers have never been so much in demand—the Project Management Institute has estimated that industries will need at least 87 million employees with the full spectrum of PM skills by 2027. To help you meet those needs and expectations in time, Project Management All-in-One For Dummies provides with all the hands-on information and advice you need to take your organizational, planning, and execution skills to new heights.

Packed with on-point PM wisdom, these 7 mini-books—including the bestselling Project Management and Agile Project Management For Dummies—help you and your team hit maximum productivity by razor-honing your skills in sizing, organizing, and scheduling projects for ultimate effectiveness. You’ll also find everything you need to overdeliver in a good way when choosing the right tech and software, assessing risk, and dodging the pitfalls that can snarl up even the best-laid plans.

  • Apply formats and formulas and checklists
  • Manage Continuous Process Improvement
  • Resolve conflict in teams and hierarchies
  • Rescue distressed projects

In this Book

  • Introduction
  • Achieving Results with Project Management
  • Involving the Right People
  • Developing Your Game Plan
  • You Want This Project Done When?
  • Starting Your Project Team off on the Right Foot
  • Monitoring Progress and Maintaining Control
  • Bringing Your Project to Closure
  • Considering Checklists and Templates
  • The Key Documents for Managing a Project
  • Working with Microsoft Project 2019
  • Surveying Cool Shortcuts in Project 2019
  • Applying the Agile Manifesto and Principles
  • Defining the Product Vision and Product Roadmap
  • Planning Releases and Sprints
  • Working Throughout the Day
  • Showcasing Work, Inspecting, and Adapting
  • The First Steps of Scrum
  • Planning Your Project
  • The Talent and the Timing
  • Release and Sprint Planning
  • Getting the Most Out of Sprints
  • Inspect and Adapt—How to Correct Your Course
  • Taking it All in—The Big Picture
  • Sizing up Your Organization
  • Driving Organizational Change
  • Putting it All Together—Taking Steps toward an Agile Enterprise
  • Introducing the PMP Exam
  • It’s All about the Process
  • Reviewing the PMI Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct


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