ISBN 9780071331753,The Mcgraw-Hill 36-Hour Course: Project Management

The Mcgraw-Hill 36-Hour Course: Project Management



Tata McGraw - Hill Education

Publication Year 2011

ISBN 9780071331753

ISBN-10 0071331751


Edition 2nd
Number of Pages 582 Pages
Language (English)


Schedule and coordinate projects seamlessly, start to finish! In today's ultracompetitive world of business, those in charge want results on time and on budget--and they're turning to project managers to deliver. Skilled project managers are in high demand, and the profession is growing at an unprecedented rate. The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course: Project Management , Second Edition, combines expert insight, advice based on realworld experience, and the latest developments into a single, concise package. In the span of 36 hours, you'll learn how to: plan, launch, manage, and close projects Build the best team for each project Shape and drive a project using effective leadership Manage quality, costs, time, and risk Deploy the latest project management technologies Complete with chapter-ending self-tests and a comprehensive online final exam, The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course: Project Management , Second Edition, provides the guidance you need to manage any project under any conditions. Introduction: The McGraw-Hill 36-Hour Course: Project Management, Second Edition About The Author: Helen S. Cooke, PMP , and Karen Tate, PMP , have held project management positions in corporations, government, engineering, and consulting firms around the world. Both have also held leadership positions within the Project Management Institute, a global not-for-profit professional organization. Cooke lives in the Chicago area, and Tate resides in Cincinnati, Ohio. Table Of Contents: Chapter 1 Project Management Chapter 2 Project Management Concepts Chapter 3 The Project Management Leader Chapter 4 The Process of Managing Projects Chapter 5 Planning Concepts Chapter 6 High-Level Planning Chapter 7 Detailed Planning for Execution Chapter 8 Building and Developing a Team Chapter 9 Facilitating Project Execution and Closeout Chapter 10 The Context for Project Management Chapter 11 Controlling Project Work Chapter 12 Organizational Project Management Maturity Appendix A: Process Model Appendix