Performance-Based Project Management : Increasing the Probability of Project Success

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Performance-Based Project Management : Increasing the Probability of Project Success

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 238 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9780814433300
  • DDC分類 658.404

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Projects fail to meet goals for many reasonsperformance, failure to deal with complexity, uncontrolled changes in scope... Even the most experienced project managers can be caught off guard in the presence of these forces. Performance-Based Project Management shows readers how they can increase the probability of project success, detailing a straightforward plan for avoiding surprises, forecasting performance, identifying risk, and taking corrective action to keep a project a success. Based on the "Five Immutable Principles of Project Success," this book shows project leaders how to assess the business capabilities needed for a project; plan and schedule the work; determine the resources required to complete on time and on budget; identify and manage risks to success; and measure performance in units meaningful to decision makers. Project managers will learn the core practices for each principle, as well as associated processes, so that they can lay the foundation for project success from the start. They'll discover how each process produces "artifacts," which provide feedback as to whether everything is going well-and if not, when and how it will be fixed. Each practice is illustrated through examples and tailored for different levels of complexity and risk to help project managers ensure that project aren't just done-they're done right.

Table of Contents

List Of Figures                                    xi
Acknowledgments xv
Introduction 1 (8)
Chapter 1 The Ten Drivers of Project Success 9 (28)
The Immutable Principles and Practices of 12 (7)
Project Success
Putting the Ten Drivers to Work 19 (16)
Looking Back 35 (1)
What's Ahead? 35 (2)
Chapter 2 The Five Immutable Principles of 37 (28)
Project Success
Implementing the Five Immutable Principles 40 (2)
What "Done" Looks Like 42 (4)
How to Get to "Done" on Time and on Budget 46 (4)
with Acceptable Outcomes
How to Assess Resources 50 (2)
How to Handle Impediments and Assess Risk 52 (3)
How to Measure Progress to Plan 55 (3)
Looking Back 58 (5)
What's Ahead? 63 (2)
Chapter 3 The Five Immutable Practices of 65 (32)
Project Success
Implementing the Five Immutable Practices 66 (3)
Identify the Needed Capabilities 69 (6)
Identify the Requirements Baseline 75 (5)
Establish the Performance Measurement Baseline 80 (6)
Execute the Performance Measurement Baseline 86 (4)
Perform Continuous Risk Management 90 (4)
Looking Back 94 (1)
What's Ahead? 94 (3)
Chapter 4 The Five Governing Processes of 97 (30)
Project Management
Implementing the Five Processes 98 (3)
Deploying the Five Processes 101(1)
Organize the Project 102(5)
Plan, Schedule, and Budget the Project 107(6)
Execute Project Accounting 113(3)
Execute Project Performance Analysis 116(8)
Record Revisions and Maintain Data 124(1)
Looking Back 125(1)
What's Ahead? 126(1)
Chapter 5 Project Management Execution 127(30)
Personal Unmanned Aerial Vehicle 130(7)
Kitchen Remodel 137(6)
Health Insurance Provider Network Application 143(6)
Migration
Looking Back 149(6)
What's Ahead? 155(2)
Chapter 6 Tailoring the Principles and 157(26)
Practices for Project Success
Tailoring the Practices to Fit the Project 158(6)
Levels of Implementation 164(18)
Looking Back 182(1)
What's Ahead? 182(1)
Chapter 7 Deliverables Needed for Project 183(28)
Management Success
Documents Needed During the Execution of a 184(25)
Project
Looking Back 209(2)
Recommended Reading 211(8)
Notes 219(12)
Index 231