The AMA Handbook of Project Management (4TH)

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The AMA Handbook of Project Management (4TH)

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Projects are the life blood of any organization. Revised to reflect the latest changes to A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge and the Project Management Professional Exam, the fourth edition of The AMA Handbook of Project Management provides readers with a clear overview of a complex discipline. Covering everything from individual projects to programs and strategic alignment, it addresses: Project initiation and planningCommunication and interpersonal skillsScheduling, budgeting and meeting business objectives Managing political and resource issuesImplementing a PMOMeasuring value and competencies.The book compiles essays and advice from the field's top professionals and features new chapters on stakeholder management, agile project management, program management, project governance, knowledge management, and more. Updated with fresh examples, case studies and solutions to specific project management dilemmas, it remains an essential reference to the critical concepts and theories all project managers must master.

Table of Contents

Foreword                                           ix
David I. Cleland
Preface xi
Paul C. Dinsmore
Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin
About The Editors xv
Chapter 1 What Is Project Management? 1 (10)
Project Management Concepts and
Methodologies
Joan Knutson
Francis M. Webster Jr.
SECTION ONE The Project Management Body of
Knowledge: Comprehension and Practice
Introduction 11 (2)
Chapter 2 Bodies of Knowledge and 13 (16)
Competency Standards in Project Management
Alan M. Stretton
Lynn H. Crawford
Chapter 3 Project Management Process 29 (6)
Groups: Project Management Knowledge in
Action
Geree Streun
Chapter 4 Project Initiation: Managing the 35 (10)
Front End
Peter W.G. Morris
Andrew Edkins
Chapter 5 Comprehensive Planning for 45 (16)
Complex Projects
David L. Pells
Chapter 6 Monitoring and Control of Projects 61 (8)
William P. Athayde
Chapter 7 Closing Processes: The End, and a 69 (10)
Foundation for New Beginnings
Lynn H. Crawford
Chapter 8 Project Management Integration in 79 (6)
Practice
Geree Streun
Chapter 9 Project Scope Management in 85 (8)
Practice
Ruth H. Elswick
Chapter 10 Time Management in Practice 93 (12)
Valis Houston
Chapter 11 Project Cost Management in 105(10)
Practice
Paul Lombard
Chapter 12 Project Quality Management in 115(6)
Practice
Geree Streun
Chapter 13 Human Resource Management: The 121(10)
People Side of Projects
Hans J. Thamhain
Chapter 14 Project Communication Management 131(8)
Ruth H. Elswick
Chapter 15 Project Risk Management in 139(14)
Practice
David Hillson
Chapter 16 Project Procurement Management 153(14)
in Practice
Judith A. Edwards
Chapter 17 Stakeholder Management for 167(8)
Project Success
Randall L. Englund
SECTION TWO The Profession of Project
Management
Introduction 175(2)
Chapter 18 Preparing for the Project 177(12)
Management Professional Certification Exam
Theodore R. Boccuzzi
Chapter 19 Competency and Careers in 189(14)
Project Management
J. Kent Crawford
Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin
Chapter 20 Project Management Ethics: 203(10)
Responsibility, Values, and Ethics in
Project Environments
Thomas Mengel
Chapter 21 Professionalization of Project 213(14)
Management: What Does It Mean for Practice?
Janice Thomas
Chapter 22 Business Acumen for Today's 227(8)
Project Manager
Deborah Bigelow Crawford
SECTION THREE Organizational Issues in
Project Management
Introduction 235(2)
Chapter 23 Projects: The Engine of Strategy 237(10)
Execution
Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin
James S. Pennypacker
Chapter 24 Competing Through Project 247(10)
Management
Kam Jugdev
Chapter 25 Enterprise Project Management: 257(10)
Elements and Deployment Issues
Chris Vandersluis
Chapter 26 Project Portfolio Management: 267(12)
Principles and Best Practices
Gerald I. Kendall
Chapter 27 Enterprise Project Governance: 279(14)
Directing and Structuring Organizational
Project Decisions
Paul C. Dinsmore
Luiz Rocha
Chapter 28 Performance and Value 293(14)
Measurement for Projects and Project
Management
James s. Pennypacker
Deborah Bigelow Crawford
Chapter 29 ? Organizational Change 307(10)
Management
D. Allen Young
Chapter 30 Managing Multiple Projects: 317(12)
Balancing Time, Resources, and Objectives
Lowell Dye
Chapter 31 Program Management 329(6)
Ginger Levin
Chapter 32 The Project Management Office: 335(14)
Trends and Tips
J. Kent Crawford
Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin
SECTION FOUR Issues, Ideas, and Methods in
Project Management Practice
Introduction 349(2)
Chapter 33 Earned Value Management 351(16)
Lee R. Lambert
Chapter 34 Dealing with Power and Politics 367(10)
in Project Management
Randall L. Englund
Chapter 35 Multi-Project Constraint 377(8)
Management: The "Critical Chain" Approach
Frank Patrick
Chapter 36 Six Sigma and Project Management 385(10)
Rip Stauffer
Chapter 37 Achieving Business Excellence 395(12)
Using Baldrige, Business Process
Management, Process Improvement, and
Project Management
Alan Mendelssohn
Michael Howell
Chapter 38 Team Building and Interpersonal 407(12)
Skills for Dynamic Times
Paul C. Dinsmore
Chapter 39 Cultural Challenges in Managing 419(10)
International Projects
Paul c. Dinsmore
Manuel M. Benitez Codas
Chapter 40 Social Networking Tools: An 429(12)
Introduction to Their Role in Project
Management
Alan Levine
Chapter 41 Agile Project Management 441(10)
Karen R.J. White
Chapter 42 Sustainability and Project 451(14)
Management
Richard Maltzman
David Shirley
SECTION FIVE Industry Applications of Project
Management Practice
Introduction 465(2)
Chapter 43 Building Organizational Project 467(12)
Management Capability: Learning from
Engineering and Construction
Christopher Sauer
Chapter 44 Why IT Matters: Project 479(12)
Management for Information Technology
Karen R.J. White
Chapter 45 Applying Project Management 491(6)
Tools and Techniques in the Ecosystem
Restoration Industry
Stan Veraart
Donald Ross
Chapter 46 Rescue Mission: Project 497(8)
Management in the Helping Professions
Jeannette Cabanis-Brewin
Chapter 47 Focus on Financial Services: 505(8)
Mitigating Risk with Transparency in a
Regulated Environment
Robin Markle Dumas
Chapter 48 Project Management for 513(10)
Marketing: Keep It Lean, Don't Slow Us Down
Mary Yanocha
Chapter 49 Project Management in 523(10)
Healthcare: Making a Difference Through
Compassion, Caring, and Respect
Janice Weaver
Chapter 50 Global Infrastructure Projects: 533(8)
A Better Way
Luiz Rocha
Viann tavares
About The Contributors 541(6)
Index 547