Bibliography - Project Management
Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
By: David Allen
Publisher: Penguin Group
Year: 2002
Allen's premise is simple: our ability to be productive is directly proportional to our ability to relax. Only when our minds are clear and our thoughts are organized can we achieve stress-free productivity. His seamless system teaches us how to identify, track, and-most important-choose the next action on all our tasks, commitments, and projects and thus master all the demands on our time while unleashing our creative potential. The book's stylish, dynamic design makes it easy to follow Allen's tips, examples, and inspiration to achieve what we all seek-energy, focus, and relaxed control.

Project Management: A Managerial Approach
By: Jack R. Meredith, Samuel J. Mantel
Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons
Year: 2002
The book is primarily intended for use as a college textbook for teaching project management at the advanced undergraduate or master's level. The text is appropriate for classes on the management of service, product, engineering projects, as well as information systems (IS). Thus, we have included some coverage of material concerning information systems and how IS projects differ from and are similar to regular business projects. The authors draw upon their personal experiences working with project managers and on the experience of friends and colleagues who have spent much of their working lives serving as project managers in the "real world." Thus, in contrast to the books that are about project management, this book teaches students how to do project management.

Fundamentals of Project Management
By: James P. Lewis
Publisher: AMACOM
Year: 2002
Written for the novice manager, this introductory guide to project management describes the basic process of planning, defining goals, assigning work, scheduling, and monitory progress. It also offers advice on using scheduling software, crafting program statements and mission statements, and other particular techniques. Lewis is a consultant and a trainer.

Effective Project Management: Traditional, Adaptive, Extreme
By: Robert K. Wysocki, Rudd McGary
Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Year: 2003
This guide covers traditional methods of project management as well as recent innovations. Wysocki (a consultant) and McGary (a project manager) ground their advice in case studies, exercises, and the Project Management Institute's Body of Knowledge. Particular attention is given to issues like scope, project activities, resource requirements, scheduling, planning, and team development, and client relations. A companion CD-ROM contains case study files and trial versions of programs.

Project Management: A Systems Approach to Planning, Scheduling, and Controlling
By: Harold Kerzner
Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Year: 2003
E-Commerce PM for WorldCom, and adjunct IT professor in Colorado Springs Project management at its best-a banner edition of the landmark reference This latest edition of the bestselling "bible" of project management brings outstanding coverage of the basic principles and concepts of project management right up to date with the latest developments in the field.

Streetwise Project Management
By: Michael S. Dobson
Publisher: Adams Media Corporation
Year: 2003
Streetwise Project Management is a thorough guide to project management for any business owner, department, or project manager. Unlike other introductory guides on the market, which simplistically focus on the HR side of project management. Streetwise Project Management also explains project management methods, diagrams, software, evaluation, and review techniques -- in an intelligent layperson's style. Techniques for working with teams, conflict resolution, and negotiating office politics are also covered.

Project Management Demystified
By: Sid Kemp
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
Year: 2004
Written in straightforward language, Project Management Demystified will help you gain "instant expertise" in project management -- even if you have no previous formal training in executive skills. The author, who has trained thousands of first-time managers and team leaders, uses a host of powerful techniques to help you soak up what you really need to know.

Agile Project Management with Scrum
By: Ken Schwaber
Publisher: Microsoft Press
Year: 2004
Apply the principles of Scrum, one of the most popular agile programming methods, to software project management-and focus your team on delivering real business value. Author Ken Schwaber, a leader in the agile process movement and a co-creator of Scrum, brings his vast expertise to helping you guide the product and software development process more effectively and efficiently. Help eliminate the ambiguity into which so many software projects are borne, where vision and planning documents are essentially thrown over the wall to developers. This high-level reference describes how to use Scrum to manage complex technology projects in detail, combining expert insights with examples and case studies based on Scrum.

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