PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR INFORMATION SYSTEMS

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Project Management For Information Systems

Author : James Cadle
ISBN : 0273685805
Genre : Business & Economics
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Project Management For Information Systems 4th edition "For those studying project management for information systems, this book has no equal. "Roger Atkinson, Bournemouth University Based on practical experience this book provides everything you need to get started on an IS project and to see it through to successful completion, whether you are a student of information systems and project management or a practising project manager. Clear explanation of theory combined with the exploration of a variety of project management methodologies helps the reader develop a thorough understanding of the subject. The mixture of hard and soft topic coverage encourages the development of all the skills needed to successfully manage the team, the individual and the task. Case studies, exercises and good and bad examples from real life help the reader to start putting the theory into context and into practice. This edition contains the most up-to-date thinking on issues such as: Multinational and multicultural projects. Establishing the business case for your project. The latest initiatives in quality, soft systems, extreme programming and virtual teams. "Project Management for Information Systems" is all you need to plan every aspect of an IS project and ensure that it is implemented on time, within budget and to quality standards. www.booksites.net/cadle James Cadle is a director of Assist Knowledge Development and an independent consultant in IT analysis and project management. Donald Yeates is an independent consultant and an associate client director at Henley Management College.
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Information Systems Project Management

Author : Jolyon Hallows
ISBN : 0814428797
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 23.62 MB
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Plan, Information Systems Project Management helps you successfully deliver your projects on time, on budget, and with desired results.
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Project Management For Modern Information Systems

Author : Brandon, Daniel M.
ISBN : 9781591406952
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 49.86 MB
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"This book describes and illustrates practices, procedures, methods, and tools for IT project management that address project success for modern times"--Provided by publisher.
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Information Systems Project Management

Author : David Avison
ISBN : 9781412957021
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 46.81 MB
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Until now, books available for information systems project management focused either on information technology or production and operations. Information Systems Project Management reflects new thinking about the need for balance between technology topics and production-operations issues needed to manage successful IS projects.
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Introduction To Information Systems Project Management

Author : David L. Olson
ISBN : 0072424206
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 54.25 MB
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This text is a project management text that focuses on "high technology." The text is brief and has more applied vs. theoretical coverage. The text will focus on traditional project management topics, i.e., project adoption, planning, scheduling, and implementation, however, Olson will look at these topics from an IS or software perspective.
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Information Systems Project Management

Author : David Olson
ISBN : 9781631571237
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 33.37 MB
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Information Systems Project Management addresses project management in the context of information systems. It deals with general project management principles, with focus on the special characteristics of information systems. It is based on an earlier text, but shortened to focus on essential project management elements.This updated version presents various statistics indicating endemic problems in completing information system projects on time, within budget, at designed functionality. While successful completion of an information systems project is a challenge, there are some things that can be done to improve the probability of project success. This book reviews a number of project management tools, including, developing organizational ability to work on projects, better systems analysis and design, project estimation, and project control and termination.
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Information Systems Project Management

Author : Mark A. Fuller
ISBN : 013145417X
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 23.99 MB
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For undergraduate and graduate courses in IT/IS Project Management. Information Systems Project Managementoperates from the assumption that organizational project management is a complex team-based activity, and that various types of technologies are an inherent part of the project management process.
Category: Business & Economics

Business Information Systems

Author : Paul Bocij
ISBN : 0273688146
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 32.56 MB
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Guides students through choosing, developing and managing information systems to achieve business aims. In modern business, good development and management of business information systems are central to the success or failure of the organisation. Starting from first principles, this book provides you with the knowledge needed to understand: the technology of business information systems, the development of efficient and reliable business information systems, the strategic use of information systems for effective management and competitive advantage. This third edition has completely updated coverage of contemporary topics like security, knowledge management and new technologies and continues to develop the practical skills that students need for problem solving and designing systems in the real world.Frequent business examples, case studies and web-links bring the subject alive and there are a wealth of questions, exercises and further reading both in the book and online at www.pearsoned.co.uk/bis which help students to check their understanding, complete assignments and prepare for exams. Business Information Systems is ideal for students taking a course in Business or Management Information Systems, Business Information Technology or Computer Science."Linking technology and management has never been easier. This is a great book, containing almost everything a business student should know about Information Systems." - Dr. R.H.J. Ronken, Department of Accounting and Information Management, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Maastricht University About the authors:Paul Bocij has developed teaching materials for colleges and universities around the World and as a consultant he regularly advises a number of major organisations on IS issues, including design, development, security and training. He is an active researcher and the author of over twenty books.Dr Dave Chaffey has 15 years experience of developing information management solutions in industry and education. Dave is visiting lecturer at the Universities of Cranfield, Leeds and Warwick.Andrew Greasley lectures in Information Systems, Operations Management and Simulation Modelling at Aston Business School, Aston University.Simon Hickie lectures in Business Information Systems in the University of Derby's Derbyshire Business School. He is also a Senior Academic Counsellor and Head of Operations for the second year of the University's Combined Subject Programme.
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