The Project Management Tool Kit : 100 Tips and Techniques for Getting the Job Done Right (3TH)

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The Project Management Tool Kit : 100 Tips and Techniques for Getting the Job Done Right (3TH)

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  • 言語 ENG,ENG
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Today's projects are more challenging than ever-and project managers need all the help they can get to succeed amid shifting priorities, budget cuts, interruptions, and other obstacles. Now in its third edition, The Project Management Tool Kit is a must-have strategic partner, filled with step-by-step guidance that will enable managers to get complex projects completed on time and on budget. Extensively updated and revised to reflect the latest changes to A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK (R) Guide), this results-oriented resource offers 100 powerful, practical tips and techniques in areas including: Scope planning * Schedule development and adjustment * Cost estimating and control * Communications * Defining and using project metrics * Decision making and problem solving * Motivation and leadership * Stakeholder engagement and expectation management * Risk identification and monitoring * Software and technical tools * And much more Complete with checklists, charts, examples, and tools for easy implementation, this handy guide will help project professionals tackle any challenge that comes their way.

Table of Contents

Introduction to the Third Edition                  xi
1 Activity Definition (PMBOK® Guide 6.2) 1 (3)
2 Activity Duration Estimating (PMBOK® 4 (3)
Guide 6.5)
3 Activity Resource Estimating (PMBOK® 7 (3)
Guide 6.4)
4 Activity Sequencing (PMBOK® Guide 6.3) 10 (3)
5 Brainstorming 13 (2)
6 Canceling Projects 15 (2)
7 Cause-and-Effect Analysis 17 (2)
8 Closing Projects (PMBOK® Guide 4.6) 19 (4)
9 Coaching and Mentoring 23 (2)
10 Communicating Informally 25 (2)
11 Communications Control (PMBOK® Guide 27 (2)
10.3)
12 Communications Management (PMBOK® 29 (2)
Guide 10.2)
13 Communications Planning (PMBOK® 31 (3)
Guide 10.1)
14 Conflict Resolution 34 (3)
15 Consensus-Building for Your Ideas 37 (2)
16 Constraint Management and Plan 39 (3)
Optimization
17 Cost Budgeting (PMBOK® Guide 7.3) 42 (2)
18 Cost Control (PMBOK® Guide 7.4) 44 (2)
19 Cost Estimating (PMBOK® Guide 7.2) 46 (2)
20 Cost Planning (PMBOK® Guide 7.1) 48 (3)
21 Creative Problem-Solving 51 (3)
22 Customer Interviews 54 (2)
23 Decision-Making 56 (2)
24 Delegating Responsibility 58 (2)
25 Delphi Technique 60 (2)
26 Earned-Value Management (EVM) 62 (3)
27 Forecasting Project Completion 65 (3)
28 Global Teams 68 (5)
29 Human Resource Planning (PMBOK® 73 (3)
Guide 9.1)
30 Influence Without Authority 76 (3)
31 Inheriting a Project 79 (2)
32 Integrated Change Control (PMBOK® 81 (3)
Guide 4.5)
33 Issue Management 84 (2)
34 Leadership 86 (3)
35 Market Research 89 (2)
36 Matrix Teams (Cross-Functional Teams) 91 (3)
37 Meetings 94 (4)
38 Motivation 98 (2)
39 Multiple Dependent Projects 100(4)
40 Multiple Independent Projects 104(3)
41 Negotiating Contracts 107(2)
42 Negotiating Project Changes 109(2)
43 Organizational Change 111(3)
44 Organizing for Project Management 114(2)
45 Performance Problem Resolution 116(2)
46 Presentations 118(2)
47 Problem Escalation 120(2)
48 Process Improvement 122(2)
49 Procurement Close-Out (PMBOK® Guide 124(2)
12.4)
50 Procurement Contracting (PMBOK® 126(4)
Guide 12.2)
51 Procurement Control (PMBOK® Guide 130(2)
12.3)
52 Procurement Planning (PMBOK® Guide 132(3)
12.1)
53 Project Baseline Setting 135(2)
54 Project Charter (PMBOK® Guide 4.1) 137(2)
55 Project Infrastructure 139(4)
56 Project Initiation 143(3)
57 Project Life Cycle 146(4)
58 Project Metrics 150(6)
59 Project Objective and Priorities 156(4)
60 Project Office 160(2)
61 Project Plan Development (PMBOK® 162(3)
Guide 4.2)
62 Project Plan Execution (PMBOK® Guide 165(3)
4.3)
63 Project Reviews 168(3)
64 Project Variance Analysis (PMBOK® 171(3)
Guide 4.4)
65 Project Vision 174(2)
66 Qualitative Risk Analysis (PMBOK® 176(3)
Guide 11.3)
67 Quality Assurance (PMBOK® Guide 8.2) 179(2)
68 Quality Control (PMBOK® Guide 8.3) 181(2)
69 Quality Planning (PMBOK® Guide 8.1) 183(2)
70 Quantitative Risk Analysis (PMBOK® 185(3)
Guide 11.4)
71 Required Skills Analysis 188(2)
72 Requirements Collection (PMBOK® 190(3)
Guide 5.2)
73 Resource Leveling 193(3)
74 Responsibility Analysis 196(2)
75 Return on Investment Analysis 198(3)
76 Rewards and Recognition 201(2)
77 Risk Identification (PMBOK® Guide 203(3)
11.2)
78 Risk-Management Planning (PMBOK® 206(2)
Guide 11.1)
79 Risk Monitoring and Control (PMBOK® 208(2)
Guide 11.6)
80 Risk Response Planning (PMBOK® Guide 210(4)
11.5)
81 Schedule Control (PMBOK® Guide 6.7) 214(3)
82 Schedule Development (PMBOK® Guide 217(4)
6.6)
83 Schedule Planning (PMBOK® Guide 6.1) 221(3)
84 Scope Change Control (PMBOK® Guide 224(3)
5.6)
85 Scope Definition (PMBOK® Guide 5.3) 227(3)
86 Scope Planning (PMBOK® Guide 5.1) 230(2)
87 Scope Verification (PMBOK® Guide 5.5) 232(2)
88 Software and Technical Tools for Project 234(3)
Management
89 Sponsorship 237(3)
90 Stakeholder Engagement Control 240(2)
(PMBOK® Guide 13.4)
91 Stakeholder Engagement Management 242(2)
(PMBOK® Guide 13.3)
92 Stakeholder Identification (PMBOK® 244(2)
Guide 13.1)
93 Stakeholder Management Planning 246(2)
(PMBOK® Guide 13.2)
94 Start-Up Workshop 248(3)
95 Status Collection 251(3)
96 Team Acquisition (PMBOK® Guide 9.2) 254(2)
97 Team Development (PMBOK® Guide 9.3) 256(2)
98 Team Management (PMBOK® Guide 9.4) 258(2)
99 Transitioning to Project Leadership 260(2)
100 Work Breakdown Structure (PMBOK® 262(3)
Guide 5.4)
Index 265