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  • What readers are saying about Manage It! As a 30+ year veteran in the growth of PM, I gained insight into things I have been doing for years. Here, process takes a backseat to context, and Johanna provides the professional with one of the finest compendiums of observations, advice, and counsel on managing projects I have come across. Mike Dwyer Sr. Manager, Strategic Initiatives, Healthways Johanna packs a wealth of practical advice into this book. Even the most experienced project managers will find numerous nuggets and gems that they can immediately apply to their project work.

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  • There is beginning to be a considerable body of resources on how to manage the professional practice that goes beyond the homogenous texts on practice management that rather imply that they are all the same and that there is one route to success. Two early contributions, which broke the mould, are undoubtedly Donald Sch€on’s 1983 book, The Reflective Practitioner, and David Maister’s work, especially his 1993 book, Managing the Professional Service Firm.

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  • The project manager must set expectations about the time required to complete the software among the stakeholders, the team, and the organization’s management. If those expectations are not realistic from the beginning of the project, the stakeholders will not trust the team or the project manager.

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  • Software requirements are documentation that completely describes the behavior that is required of the software-before the software is designed built and tested. Requirements analysts (or business analysts) build software requirements specifications through requirements elicitation. Interviews with the users, stakeholders and anyone else whose perspective needs to be taken into account during the design, development and testing of the software Observation of the users at work Distribution of discussion summaries to verify the data gathered in interviews...

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  • Quality means “conformance to requirements” The best testers can only catch defects that are contrary to specification. Testing does not make the software perfect. If an organization does not have good requirements engineering practices then it will be very hard to deliver software that fills the users’ needs, because the product team does not really know what those needs are.

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  • A review is any activity in which a work product is distributed to reviewers who examine it and give feedback. Reviews are useful not only for finding and eliminating defects, but also for gaining consensus among the project team, securing approval from stakeholders, and aiding in professional development for team members. Reviews help teams find defects soon after they are injected making them cost less to fix than they would cost if they were found in test. All work products in a software project should be either reviewed or tested.

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  • Nobody likes to think that they make mistakes Making changes means talking about past mistakes – and admitting that they are mistakes! You may make a great case for change, and still fail to convince people to do it. Because change is uncomfortable, people in organizations will resist it. Project managers who try to change their organizations run into several common excuses when trying to implement tools, techniques and practices.

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  • Most software is built in organizations for people with specific needs. A stakeholder is a anyone who has an interest (or stake) in the software being completed A user is someone who will need to use the software to perform tasks. Sometimes stakeholders will be users; but often the stakeholder will not use the software. For example, a senior manager (like a CEO - chief executive officer or CTO - Chief technology officer in a company) will usually have a stake in the software that is built (since it affects the bottom line), even if she won’t ever use it....

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  • Distills complex theories for the benefit of the average trader with little or no background in finance or mathematics by offering a wide range of valuable, practical strategies for limiting risk, avoiding catastrophic losses and managing the futures portfolio to maximize profits.

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  • Fully understanding the Project Management Institute’s (PMI ) approach to project management can be diffi- cult. This is not because of the complexity of the material. The difficulty arises from having a body of knowl- edge that is structured for referencing, not learning. PMI divides the tasks associated with project management into 44 processes. There are also 44 different man- agement activities that must be completed, in a specific order .

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  • Oracle Database Advanced Replication Management API Reference contains information that describes the features and functionality of the replication management API. Specifically, the Oracle Database Advanced Replication Management API Reference contains reference information for the packages in the replication management API, as well as examples of their use. In addition, Oracle Database Advanced Replication Management API Reference contains reference information about the replication catalog and other data dictionary views that are important for replication...

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  • The process flow diagram is a summary level depiction of the process inputs and process outputs that flow down through all the processes within a specific Knowledge Area. Although the processes are presented here as discrete elements with well-defined interfaces, in practice they are iterative and can overlap and interact in ways not detailed here.

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  • E-Human Resource Management 1. This book is presented in four sections — the first intended to be more general in nature, the following three devoted to specific aspects of the HRM field in the new information era. Section I, The Cutting-Edge in HRM, presents an overview of how ITCs are modifying general HRM processes and functions. This is the aim of the first three contributions.

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  • E-Human Resource Management 2. This book is presented in four sections — the first intended to be more general in nature, the following three devoted to specific aspects of the HRM field in the new information era. Section I, The Cutting-Edge in HRM, presents an overview of how ITCs are modifying general HRM processes and functions. This is the aim of the first three contributions.

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  • This book is comprised of a collection of reviews and research works from international professionals from various parts of the world. A practical approach to quality management provides the reader with the understanding of basic to total quality practices in organizations, reflecting a systematic coverage of topics. Its main focus is on quality management practices in organization and dealing with specific total quality practices to quality management systems.

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  • The eight studies presented in this volume are put together to provide a new insight into the design of risk-management models in emerging markets. The objective is to identify the specific characteristics of emerging markets and specify the most appropriate methods of risk management that suits those markets. The chapters report on empirical studies carried out on a number of countries in Asia, Eastern Europe, North Africa and other emerging markets in various continents.

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  • This guide is intended to establish authoritative guidance on the application of GIS in civil protection, to assist users in the specification, acquisition and maintenance of a GIS and to stimulate debate in the user community about the future development and application of GIS and related technologies. The primary audience is anticipated to be staff in Category One responders identified in the Civil Contingencies Act 2004, most notably in Local Authority Emergency Planning Units.

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  • E-Human Resource Management 3. This book is presented in four sections — the first intended to be more general in nature, the following three devoted to specific aspects of the HRM field in the new information era. Section I, The Cutting-Edge in HRM, presents an overview of how ITCs are modifying general HRM processes and functions. This is the aim of the first three contributions.

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  • If you were asked to define the term project, what words would come to mind? Time? Resources (or lack of)? One-of-a-kind effort? Deliverables or products? Complex? No authority over other groups? Budget? A project is a unique effort to introduce or produce a new product or service conforming to certain specifications and applicable standards. This effort is completed within the project parameters including fixed time, cost, human resources, and asset limits.

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  • E-Human Resource Management 6. This book is presented in four sections — the first intended to be more general in nature, the following three devoted to specific aspects of the HRM field in the new information era. Section I, The Cutting-Edge in HRM, presents an overview of how ITCs are modifying general HRM processes and functions. This is the aim of the first three contributions.

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