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art of managing technical projects

by Melvin Silverman

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  • 12 Currently reading

Published by Prentice-Hall in Englewood Cliffs, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Project management.,
  • Executives.,
  • Industrial management.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    StatementMelvin Silverman.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHD69.P75 S54 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 346 p. :
    Number of Pages346
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2373638M
    ISBN 100130470104
    LC Control Number87001750

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    The art of project leadership 1 Extraordinary projects have been executed through millennia. Think of the scope of project management required to build the Pyramids of Giza, the Great Wall of China, and the cathedrals of Europe; or more recently, the development of the world’s transport, energy, space, military, and science infrastructure. Database of Free Online technical Books of Aerospace, Nuclear, Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, civil, automotive and Mechatronics engineering. Tech Books Yard | Books & Notes of Engineering and Science 85 MCQs Mechanical Engineering Mechatronics Engineering 44 NBC 59 Nuclear Engineering 37 Project Management 11 Quality.

    Scott's book gave me a new appreciation for the difficulty and risks, and the tremendous rewards of good project management. This book provides the knowledge and the incentive to become a better project contributor whether you are managing or being managed. Any stakeholder in a software project will benefit from reading this book."4/5().   The Technical Writer Project Manager (TW PM), has to be organized, analytical, detail-oriented, possess common sense and patience, and be an excellent communicator. The TW PM must plan, control, maintain, and be persistent in bringing the project to completion. To plan each project, the TW PM will have to: analyze the project requirements, set milestones [ ].


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In "The Art of Project Management, you'll learn from a veteran manager of software and web development how to plan, manage and lead projects. This personal account of hard lessons learned over a decade of work in the industry distills complex concepts and challenges into practical nuggets of Author: Scott Berkun.

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Colleen is the author of the virtual and global management book Managing Without Walls. She lives in Dunedin, Florida. Erika McCulloch is an associate and adjunct professor, teaching courses in project management, strategic management of technology and innovation, managing technological change, and other technology topics.

She lives in San Cited by: 7. "The Art of Project Management" written by Scott Berkun is a book every project manager should read, presenting all important project aspects and not focusing on any specific project management methodology.4/5. He has delivered over 1, seminars worldwide on topics ranging from project management to career strategies over the past ten years.

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Yes, this is sort of a textbook. Yes, it contains nearly pages of information. Yes, it is highly technical at times. But there really is no better or more widely accepted guide to project management than the PMBOK Guide.

The guide is compiled by The Project Management Institute, a group that sets the industry standards for project management. 1 The six phases of project management 2 Managing a project 3 Project reporting 4 The sales representative and the politician 5 Waterfall versus cyclical project management 6 DANS software-development working methods 7 Programme management Appendices 1.

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This project management guide provides an introduction to the techniques of project management. Book Description. It looks at the basic principles and available tools and provides some templates and procedures for implementing project management methods.

Managing Technology-Based Projects – A Book Review by Jose Maria Delos Santos Published Aug Updated Aug Managing Technology-Based Projects: Tools, Techniques, People and Business Processes is a guide to effective project management in.

THE PRINCIPLES OF PROJECT MANAGEMENT As Technical Director for SitePoint, Kevin Yank oversees all of its technical publica-tions—books, articles, newsletters, and blogs. He has written over 50 articles for SitePoint, This chapter forms an introduction to the art and science of project management.

Here, we talk about the key phases. Technical information is explained by writers, editors, graphic artists, graphic designers, programmers, indexers and managers. This book is a practical, compact text that demonstrates the steps used in starting, maintaining and completing documentation projects in a Cited by: Apr 6, - Technical Illustration Projects - Wire Frames - Proposals that I have created.

See more ideas about Technical illustration, Illustration and Projects pins. Technical projects have their own unique set of needs and challenges. New technology must be researched, downtime must be kept to a minimum, and the organization must be helped to adapt to the change.

Learn how to effectively manage technical projects of any size with these tips from project management expert Bob McGannon. Technical projects have their own unique set of needs and challenges. New technology must be researched, downtime must be kept to a minimum, and.

That’s why technical project management is a unique branch of the field—one that comes with its own challenges and opportunities. Simply put, technical project management is the process of managing IT or IT-related projects.

Technical project managers are critical to the conception, development and execution of these projects. The Art of Managing Projects is not a course in project management, but rather a guide about what to consider, what to research, and how to approach your most pressing issues on projects.

So sit back, relax, and expand your abilities as a project manager, program manager, project sponsor, or team member. This audio book is also available in audio CD format.

Downloadable Audio: These are. Project management is both an art and a science. The tendency to overlook the “art” of project management is one reason why so many projects fail.

By developing an expertise in the art, as well as the science, project managers can increase the success rate for their projects. 7 R&D Project Selection and Portfolio Management: A Review of the Past, a Description of the Present, and a Sketch of the Future D.

Brunner, L. Fleming, A. MacCormack, and D. Zinner 8 Managing the Innovative Performance of Technical Professionals Ralph Katz Part IV Technology Strategy   ous tables and graphs are presented and discussed throughout this book to provide guidelines for management of the three basic components of a project: scope, budget, and schedule.

Throughout this book, achieving project quality to meet the owner's satisfaction is emphasized as an integral part of project management. The Art of Technical Documentation presents concepts, techniques, and practices in order to produce effective technical documentation.

The book provides the definition of technical documentation; qualities of a good technical documentation; career paths and documentation management styles; precepts of technical documentation; practices for gathering information, Book Edition: 1.Project Management.

Project management is the art of precisely planning and managing certain tasks and resources in order to reach a desired goal. It takes strong business and organizational skills to be a successful project manager.

If projects were not .Managing complex technical projects is a massive integration effort at many levels. Product and production plans must be integrated into components, components into subsystems, subsystems into systems, and systems into quality products.