A POCKET COMPANION TO PMIS PMBOK GUIDE

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A Pocket Companion To Pmi S Pmbok R Guide

Author : Thomas Wuttke
ISBN : 940180110X
Genre : Project management
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This pocket guide is based on the PMBOK(R) Guide Sixth Edition. It contains a summary of the PMBOK(R) Guide, to provide a quick introduction as well as a structured overview of this framework for project management.
Category: Project management

A Pocket Companion To Pmi S Pmbok Guide Sixth Edition

Author : Anton Zandhuis
ISBN : 9789401801119
Genre : Education
File Size : 49.76 MB
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Note: This pocket book is available in the following languages: English, German, Dutch. This pocket guide is based on the PMBOK® Guide Sixth Edition. It contains a summary of the PMBOK® Guide, to provide a quick introduction as well as a structured overview of this framework for project management. This pocket guide deals with the key issues and themes within project management and the PMBOK® Guide as follows: - Key terms and definitions in the project management profession ‘- A short overview of the activities of PMI Inc., the organization and its standards: PMBOK® Guide, Standard for Project Portfolio Management, Standard for Program Management and other standards. - The essentials of the Project Lifecycle and Organization. - What are the key project management knowledge areas and processes? Main target Group for this pocket guide is anyone with an interest in understanding the PMBOK® Guide framework or a systematic approach for project management. The book is also very useful for members of a project management team in a project environment using the PMBOK® Guide as a shared reference. A complete but concise description of the PMBOK® Guide, for anyone involved in projects or project management, for only €15,95!
Category: Education

A Pocket Companion To Pmi S Pmbok Guide Fifth Edition

Author : Thomas Wuttke
ISBN : 9789401800556
Genre : Education
File Size : 30.86 MB
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Note: This pocket book is available in several languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch.This pocket guide is based on the PMBOK® Guide Fifth Edition. It contains a summary of the PMBOK® Guide, to provide a quick introduction as well as a structured overview of this framework for project management. This pocket guide deals with the key issues and themes within project management and the PMBOK® Guide as follows: - Key terms and definitions in the project management profession- A short overview of the activities of PMI Inc., the organization and its standards: PMBOK® Guide, Standard for Project Portfolio Management, Standard for Program Management and other standards.- The essentials of the Project Lifecycle and Organization. - What are the key project management knowledge areas and processes? Main target Group for this pocket guide is anyone with an interest in understanding the PMBOK® Guide framework or a systematic approach for project management. The book is also very useful for members of a project management team in a project environment using the PMBOK® Guide as a shared reference. A complete but concise description of the PMBOK® Guide, for anyone involved in projects or project management, for only 15,95!
Category: Education

Iso 21500 In Practice A Management Guide

Author : Rommert Stellingwerf
ISBN : 9789087537487
Genre : Education
File Size : 82.39 MB
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ISO 21500, officially published in September 2012, is the first overarching guideline for project management that presents a common frame of reference and a process standard. This international standard firmly positions projects within the context of programs and project portfolios and is the basis for further development of the project management profession. This book explains the background, the value, the implementation and the application of ISO 21500 for each type of organization. It describes what you, as a customer, supplier, manager or member of project staff, can do or maybe should do with the guideline. The book supplies answers to the 100 most common asked questions about ISO 21500 with the focus on the value of the guideline for the project management practice. The target audience of this book includes: - Senior managers and project sponsors, so that they gain a better understanding of the principles and practice of project management and therefore provide appropriate support and guidance to their project managers, project management teams, and the project teams; - Project managers, project management teams, and project team members, so that they have a common base of comparison of their project standards and practices with those of others; - Developers of national or organizational standards, for use in developing project management standards, which are consistent at a core level with those of others. - Consultants, educators, coaches and trainers in the project management discipline. They can connect various generally known and bespoke project management methods, models and best practices to the ISO 21500 framework as a common frame of reference.
Category: Education

Project Management Based On Prince2 2009 Edition

Author : Hans Fredriksz
ISBN : 9789401800563
Genre : Education
File Size : 21.12 MB
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For trainers free additional material of this book is available. This can be found under the "Training Material" tab. Log in with your trainer account to access the material.Note: This book is available in several languages: English, Dutch.An increasing number of companies are working in a project-like manner, using the PRINCE2 project management method. The advantages of a standard method are great: a uniform method of working and terminology makes projects comparable, transferable and orderly. Moreover, PRINCE2 has additional qualities, such as the standard no go/go decision with each stage, the Business Case at the centre of the project and clear agreements about who is responsible for what.The book gives a faithful representation of the 2009 Edition of the PRINCE2 methodology, with many lists serving as reference material for all project types and sizes. Furthermore, as the content of the book covers all specs for the PRINCE2 Foundation exams, it can serve as a good basis for the PRINCE2 Foundation exams.The three authors of this title have successfully combined their tremendous experience and made this available in a structured manner to those who are involved in controlling, designing or managing projects. And whatever they missed was added by a team of expert reviewers.The content for this book is also intended for everyone doing projects in real world, it covers more than the minimum reference that is necessary for the Foundation exam. Therefore it is also very useful as a solid starting point for anyone studying for the PRINCE2 Practitioner exam.Available in English and Dutch.
Category: Education