- Taschenbuch: 250 Seiten
- Verlag: O'Reilly and Associates; Auflage: 1 (18. September 2009)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0596804164
- ISBN-13: 978-0596804169
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,2 x 1,5 x 22,9 cm
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Barbee Davis, PMP, PHR, writes a semi-monthly feature for the Project Management Institute (PMI) international publication, Community Post, in which she guides project managers to more successful projects. She is also an international reviewer for the PMI Registered Educational Provider (R.E.P.) program.Experienced in training and consulting, Barbee has written and facilitated technical training for IBM Corporation and other large customers. She has designed and implemented projects in varied industries, and managed large project rollouts for many national corporations.As co-owner of ExecuTrain of Nebraska, Barbee provided technical training for solution developers and systems engineers, as well as offering end-user training on all platforms. She came to ExecuTrain from Wilson Learning, where she was an accredited facilitator for their Management Development, Sales, Customer Service, Time Management workshops, and automated personnel selection tools.Currently, Barbee owns Davis Consulting, formed to provide Training and Development workshops, customized training materials, and Project Management consulting services. She has been on staff with the University of Nebraska at Omaha, Nebraska Wesleyan, and Bellevue University and is proficient in online learning instructional design, having both written for and taught on Blackboard for universities and corporate clients. Ms. Davis holds a degree in Education, a Master's, a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification, a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) accreditation, and a black belt in Microsoft Project.
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Pointed advice on particular approaches and tools, such as how to measure what is critical to the project's success, and how to efficiently use a wiki tool to organize a team's efforts, are often the details which are omitted or insufficiently specified in an overall Project Management Methodology. But these "how-to's" and "gotcha's" of Project Management, captured by real-life team leaders form the wisdom contained in this relatively compact volume.
In order that this wisdom is available in the situations you as a project team leader need the voice of experience, a second table of contents is included, listing each of these pearls in easily recognized categories such as Agile Methods, Managing People and Teams, Communications, Purchasing Issues, International Issues and Distributed Teams.
A new Project Manager would need several lifetimes of experience to acquire the wisdom of these established team leaders, and these pearls and sticking points are just the sort of issues omitted from many larger and more pretentious volumes on the project life cycle.
MS Engineering, MBA, IT & HCI Consultant
If you are a beginner on PM, it's interesting for you. A single book gives you a nice overview of our activities, with interesting examples of things gone wrong and right. Since it's several small texts, it's easy to read. Texts are very focused.
Nice if you have several hours connections on airports and flights, and you don't want to work hard on this period.
If you are a experienced PM, it's almost useless.
This book is a very good example of experience sharing.