97 Things Every Project Manager Should Know
by Barbee Davis, Harry Tucker
Publisher: O'Reilly 2009
If the projects you manage don't go as smoothly as you'd like, this book offers knowledge that's priceless, gained through years of trial and error. The book contains 97 short and extremely practical tips -- whether you're dealing with software or non-IT projects -- from some of the world's most experienced project managers and software developers. You'll learn how these professionals have dealt with everything from managing teams to handling project stakeholders to runaway meetings and more.
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by Michael Harding Roberts - hraconsulting-ltd.co.uk
The text covers projects and stages, roles and responsibilities, risk management, estimating, planning, tracking, controlling and reporting, quality management, etc. The book will also be of interest to non-IT people involved in IT projects.
by Nick Jenkins
A guide to making projects work. Many projects fail because of the simplest of causes. You don’t have to be a genius to deliver a project on time, nor do you have to be steeped in a mystical project management methodology to be a project manager.
by Bas de Baar - Project Shrink
This Project Management book includes the following topics: Project Sociology, Social Groups, Flexible Mind, Complex Adaptive Systems, Social Networks And Game Theory, OODA: Individuals Interacting, Resilience, Complexity On Mulitiple Levels, etc.
by Magnus Mähring - EFI at SSE
This dissertation investigates how executives engage in information technology projects and how organizational control of IT projects forms and evolves over time. It contains an in-depth account of a large IT project in a financial company.