Do you lead small projects where you are the prime or probably the only source? Do you mentor, coach or lead project managers? Are you in the management of training and developing for a Project Management Office (PMO)? If so, the second version of RMC’s best-selling book PM Crash Course: A Guide to What Values When Managing Projects allows project management tools and methods that can be performed TODAY, by any project crew member at any level of expertise.
This short resource model swiftly and communicates project-related theories like project licenses, stakeholder management, requirements definition, budgeting, scheduling, estimating, quality control, risk management, and more. The book also gives guidance with real-world project management problems, including:
- Concluding what asked for you
- Breaking down projects into manageable sections
- Recognizing and handling project stakeholders
- Precluding scope creep and missed deadlines
- Validating your success, and receiving the honor for it
- Barring difficulties instead of dealing with them AFTER they occur
In addendum to the above, the second version of PM Crash Course: A Guide to What Values When Managing Projects delivers a new component on Agile Methods, The Purpose of Business Analysis on Projects, and Updated Industry Terms and Boundaries. Initially written by Rita Mulcahy and renewed by Barbara A. Carkenord and Sonja L. Almlie, this book will assist you in acquiring proven methods to achieve projects on time, on estimates, and with fewer headaches!