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Author Hanley, Kenneth T.

Title Guerrilla project management / Kenneth T. Hanley.

Imprint Vienna, Va. : Management Concepts, 2011.


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 Axe Books 24x7 Business E-Book  Electronic Book    ---  Available
Description 1 online resource
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computer c rdamedia
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Title Page; Copyright; About the Author; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Part 1: The Guts of a Great Project Manager; Chapter 1: A Willingness to Learn from the Past; Chapter 2: A Need to Know Why; Chapter 3: A Willingness to Ask for Help; Chapter 4: Taking Dead Aim at Outrageous Optimism; Chapter 5: Speaking Up Clearly, Early, and Often; Chapter 6: Always Starting With the End in Mind ... ; Chapter 7: ... But Never Starting from an End Date; Part 2: Planning to Manage; Chapter 8: Sponsor: More of a Verb than a Noun; Chapter 9: The Indispensable Three Key Questions: Done? Won? and Who?
Chapter 10: Using the Project Priority Triangle EffectivelyChapter 11: Managing Stakeholders' Expectations Deliberately, Explicitly, and Effectively; Chapter 12: Drop Dead Date (3D) Scheduling; Chapter 13: Measuring All the Way Through; Chapter 14: Estimating (Better); Chapter 15: Project Risk: The Broad Strokes; Chapter 16: Step 1: Risk Identification; Chapter 17: Step 2: Risk Categorization and Scheduling; Chapter 18: Step 3: Risk Mitigation; Chapter 19: Steps 4, 5, and 6: Risk Management, Reporting, and Closeout; Chapter 20: Setting Checkpoints and Off-Ramps; Part 3: Managing to the Plan.
Chapter 21: Change Impact Management: Change Is Never FreeChapter 22: Useful, Relevant, Readable Reporting; Chapter 23: Putting It All Together: Single-Page Reporting and the GPS; Chapter 24: Reading This Kind of Project Reporting; Final Thoughts; Index; Complement Your Project Management Library with These Additional Resources from.
Summary Focuses on key project management competencies, including effectively managing stakeholders, accurately assessing risk and getting agreement on the objective measures of project success. Emphasising these and other competencies as well as other PM tools and processes, this title presents an alternative approach to project management.
Subject Project management.
Project management. (OCoLC)fst01078797
Genre/Form Electronic books.
ISBN 9781523097388
Standard No. AU@ 000053266163

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