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Project Management: Integrating Strategy, Options and Change

by: Stephen Hartley

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Publisher: Tilde Group,10.10.08

Category: PROJECT MANAGEMENT Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 0734608152
ISBN13: 9780734608154

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Institution: OTEN (Open Training and Education Network) - 2014 Full Year Course
Course Code: 10343
Subject: Advanced Diploma in IT Project Management

Welcome to the new edition of Project Management: Integrating Strategy, Operations and Change. This re-worked and fully updated text explores not only the principles, processes and practice of project management, but also the myriad of challenges and opportunities created in trying to balance both strategic initiatives and operational realities within organizations.

Project Management: Integrating Strategy, Operations and Change continues the learning journey for us all in how we plan and manage our projects: be they big or small, easy or complex, single or multiple, single site or co-location.

This new edition aligns with the fifth edition of the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK®) and with industry requirements, international best practice, educational curriculums and qualifications, as well as incorporating aspects of other well-known international project management methodologies. It examines both project theory and practice across a variety of contexts, industry sectors and qualification levels. It has been designed and written around a single, fundamental goal-to enable and support the reader's learning as the reader continues to build, revise and integrate their own unique project management body of knowledge that combines personal research, trial and error and lessons learned.

Table of contents

Chapter 1: Raw project management
Chapter 2: Strategy, operations and change
Chapter 3: Stakeholder management
Chapter 4: Scope management
Chapter 5: Time management
Chapter 6: Cost management
Chapter 7: Quality management
Chapter 8: Human resource management
Chapter 9: Communications management
Chapter 10: Risk management
Chapter 11: Procurement management
Chapter 12: Integration management
Appendix I: Glossary of terms
Appendix II: Issue matrix
Appendix III: Activity-based learning
Appendix IV: Project management templates

About the Author

Stephen Hartley is a leading researcher, educator, consultant and coach in project management. Drawing on twenty five years' industry experience, and with a raft of industry and academic qualifications, Stephen is renowned for his expertise, refreshing honesty, personal insight, and easy and engaging writing style that readers-both students and clients-find appealing and sometimes even entertaining. Stephen has published four books since 2002. Outside of project management, Stephen spends his time learning to enjoy golf (having given up attempting to master it), learning patience with his German shepherd puppy, supporting local charities, and serving as a director on a number of not-for-profit boards.