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  • Chapter 4: Human Resources Management. H uman resources management is required to make the most efficient use of the project human resources. This includes all of the people involved in the project—the stakeholders, sponsors, customers, other departments, the project team, subcontractors, and all others. Organizational planning involves the organizing of the human resources. These are the roles, responsibilities, and relationships of the people that are on the project team. As in all things in project management, human resources management takes place throughout the project.

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  • Chapter 7: Contract and Procurement Management. Many times it is the project manager that is on the buying end of the project. Most of the time we think of projects as work that we are doing to produce a set of deliverables that will be delivered to some organizations. However, often the project manager is required to hire another project manager to produce goods and services for his or her organization. When this is done, the roles and responsibilities of the project managers change somewhat. It is necessary to have assurance that the hired project manager and his or her team will...

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  • Chapter 10: What Is the PMP Exam Like? The Project Management Institute (PMI) has constantly improved the PMP examination since it was first given and will continue to improve the exam as time goes on. April 2002 was significant because of the culmination of several factors that have had an influence on the PMP examination. The Project Management Professional (PMP) Role Delineation Study was begun in 1999 to help define the roles and responsibilities of project management professionals.

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  • Chapter 9: Professional Responsibility. The Project Management Institute engaged the Columbia Assessment Service (CAS) to study the PMP examination process. This resulted in changes to the PMP examination. In fact, the exam was revised considerably as a result of the work that was done. CAS began by analyzing the responsibilities of project management professionals (PMPs). Then they specified a plan for the testing of PMPs, wrote and rewrote questions for the exam, and determined the passing score for the test.

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  • Describe the software crisis and how the often dismal track record for information technology (IT) projects provides a motivation for changing how we view and manage IT projects.Explain the socio­technical, project management and knowledge management approaches that support ITPM. Define what an IT project is and describe its attributes. Define the discipline called project management. Describe the role and impact IT projects have on an organization. Identify the different roles and interests of project stakeholders.

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  • Lesson 14. Learning from Your Experience. In this lesson, you learn how to keep your role as project manager in perspective, the value of mastering project management software, why it pays to keep your eyes and ears open, and how to get ready for what is next.

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  • This book chronicles the exploits of Brad—a fictional character who’s been thrust into the wonderful world of project management. Just like many project management professionals I’ve met in my many years in the field, he was drawn into the battle reluctantly, but he emerged wanting more. And as you will soon discover, project management is actually a curious combination of art and science. The artistry refers to the leadership part of the role, or the people component.

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  • Chapter 15 PROJECT MANAGEMENT. Throughout this book we have been describing the roles of people from every department of the company who work on projects. But so far we have not address the most critical project role – that of the Project Manager. In this chapter we address the role, the requirements and the characteristics of the Project Manager

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  • Chapter 16 ENGINEERING. Engineers can be involved in any aspect of project management and the project team. The primary role of the engineer is generally that of the team member responsible for the technical components of the product or service development. But frequently the project manager also comes from engineering.

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  • (bq) part 1 book "fundamentals of project management" has contents: an overview of project management, the role of the project manager, planning the project, creating the project risk plan, scheduling project work, using the work breakdown structure to plan a project,...and other contents.

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  • The paper analyzes Project Management as a managerial practice in SMEs in general and in part in supermarket chains from Moldova. It aims to investigate to what extent Project Management tools and techniques are generally used in SMEs and those used within medium size supermarket chains from Moldova. It also provides recommendations that would enhance the project capability and project performance within these companies deriving from their size and organizational complexity.

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  • This chapter introduces projects and project management, explains how projects fit into programs and portfolio management, discusses the role of the project manager, and provides important background information on this growing profession. Although project management applies to many different industries and types of projects, this text focuses on applying project management to IT projects.

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  • In this chapter, the learning objectives are: Further develop and understand the importance of the methods that define and align an organisation’s project activity, understand the features of portfolio management systems and the role of a typical Project Management Office (PMO), be able to identify what information and support a PMO should be providing to your project environment,...

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  • Ebook "Project project management - A systems approach to planning, scheduling, and control" present the content: understanding project management; the project manager–line manager interface; defining the functional manager’s role; defining the executive’s role; the downside of project management; project-driven versus non–project-driven organizations; classification of projects....

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  • The following will be discussed in this chapter: The PM’s roles, the PM’s responsibilities to the project, selection of a project manager, project management as a profession, fitting projects into the parent organization, the project team, multidisciplinary teams - balancing pleasure and pain.

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  • The following will be discussed in this chapter: The PM’s roles, the PM’s responsibilities to the project, selection of a project manager, project management as a profession, fitting projects into the parent organization, the project team, multidisciplinary teams - balancing pleasure and pain.

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  • Chapter 3 concerns the many roles of the project manager (PM), the multiple responsibilities, and some personal characteristics a project manager should possess. It also discusses the problems a PM faces when operating in a multicultural environment.

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  • Chapter 3: Cost Management. Cost management is the completion of the project management triple constraint of cost, schedule, and scope. Each of these must be completed in order to complete the project on time and on budget and to meet all of the customer’s expectations. In order to meet the cost goals of the project, the project must be completed within the approved budget.

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  • In late December 1995, I got a call to come in and talk to one of my bosses at the Eglin Air Force Base. At the time, I was program manager for the Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) missile. As soon as I got there, I was informed that I was being switched off JDAM to run the Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM) program, and I wasn’t happy about it at all...“I knew that at JASSM, I would have to start over and would probably have to cope with a more difficult environment. The original program manager of JASSM... was given two major mandates. The first was not...

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  • This acknowledgment is really a special acknowledgment to two people who played a key role in getting this whole project started. First, Dave Crane and I had cofacilitated a three-day project management course for Boston University Corporate Education Center clients. Dave and I honed the course materials over a three-year period and then decided to turn it into a book. At that time, Bob Beck, who was recently retired after 25 years with IBM, was my business partner and volunteered to create the CD-ROM that would house the O’Neill & Preigh Church Equipment Manufacturers case study.

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