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How to Manage Information Systems Project?
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This book focuses on the method to manage software development projects using SDLC model that comprised of six phases that include system initiation, system requirements, system design, system... More > construction, system acceptance, and system implementation. Project management execution and controlling functions which include communications management, risk management, scope management, issues management, and project team management are being applied throughout the various phases of the system development life cycle. You will be able to manage information systems project from ground zero using a structured methodology that will guide you to take on any information systems project with confident.< Less
How to Manage and Control a Project?
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The Project Management plan (PMP) has been approved and the project sponsor has instructed you to proceed with executing and managing the work as defined in the PMP. The project has started to get... More > interesting and challenging with so many things that you need to manage around you. The Project Management Body of Knowledge talks about the processes associated with project monitoring and control but still could not find what you are looking for. Look no further! We have made it simpler for professional like yourself. The content of this ebook focuses only on what you need to know in order to manage and control a project, using a structured, easy tutorial that will guide you to take on any project with confident and command respect from your team.< Less
How to Plan and Scope a Project?
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The project charter has been approved and the project sponsor has instructed you to proceed with planning work. This is the most challenging task in the project management life cycle. You need to... More > do this complex and daunting exercise that involves several people in the team. The Project Management Body of Knowledge PMBOK® guide talks about the processes associated with Project Planning but in the end, you still could not find what you are looking for. Look no further! Based upon my in-depth of industry experiences in project management, I have decided to write this little book for professional like yourself. The content of this book focuses only on what you need to know in order to plan and scope a project, using a structured, easy tutorial that will guide you to take on any project with confident and command respect from your team.< Less
How to Start a Project?
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Given a project and do not know where to begin. Too many books, articles, videos, and still could not find what you are looking for? Look no further! Based upon my in- depth of consulting experience... More > in project management, I have decided to write this little book for professionals like yourself. The content of this book focuses only on what you need to know in order to initiate a project, using a structured, easy tutorial that will guide you to take on any project with confident and command respect from your team.< Less
How to Create a Balanced Budget?
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Every Project Manager faces the same predicament when it comes to developing a project budget. Controlling cost is quite a challenge but it would have been easier should you have developed a... More > realistic and balanced budget right from the day you initiated the project. A Project Manager past experiences in dealing with a number of similar projects will use the historical information he/she had collected to create an accurate and realistic budget. If you do not have the experience, this book will guide you, using structured processes and knowledge that you need in order to develop a balanced project budget just like an expert. Check out the X9-CRM tool and customise your budgeting report like a pro!< Less
How to Control Risks Affecting a Project?
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Whether you are an accountant, business analyst, planning engineer, or chief operating officer, you need to know about risk management. There are many types of risks affecting a project, they... More > include budget, business risk, environment risk, information security risk, systemic risk, process risk, resource risk, technology risk, technical risk and more. Risk Management describes the processes concerned with identifying, analysing and responding to project risk. It consists of five processes which include risk management planning, risk identification, risk assessment, risk response, and risk monitoring and control. Grab this book now that will accelerate your learning process in controlling risks affecting your project profitability.< Less
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