Project Management JumpStart: The Best First Step Toward a Career in Project Management, 3rd Edition
- 6h 17m
- Kim Heldman
The role of the project manager continues to become more diverse and demanding, placing strong project management skills in high demand. This in-depth introductory guide offers aspiring project managers the essential fundamentals of project management. Fully revised since the previous version, this new edition includes updated project management methods and practices as well as new examples and study questions. Project management guru Kim Heldman presents you with a clear, concise, and enjoyable writing style so that you can approach project management from a practical - rather than theoretical - standpoint.
- Serves as an introduction to the fundamentals of project management
- Provides completely updated and revised material on project management methods and practices
- Features new examples and study questions
- Addresses how to create project schedules and budgets and define project goals
- Covers project management principles, Project Management Institute’s project management standards, and practical application of project management for the workplace
Whether you're considering a career in project management or simply wish to expand your understanding of general project management principles, Project Management JumpStart, Third Edition is ideal reading.
About the Author
Kim Heldman, PMP, Project+, is an IT Director for the Colorado Governor's Office of Information Technology, overseeing information technology service delivery for four state agencies. She has over twenty years of experience in project management and is the author of several books on project management, including all editions of the bestselling PMP: Project Management Professional Exam Study Guide.
In this Book
Building the Foundation
Developing Project Management Skills
Initiating the Project
Defining the Project Goals
Breaking Down the Project Activities
Planning and Acquiring Resources
Developing the Project Plan
Executing the Project
Controlling the Project Outcome
Closing the Books