Information Technology Project Management: Providing Measurable Organizational Value / Edition 3

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Overview

The Third Edition of Jack Marchewka’s Information Technology Project Management focuses on how to create Measurable Organizational Value (MOV) through IT projects. The author uses the concept of MOV, combined with his own research, to create a solid foundation for making decisions throughout the project’s lifecycle. The book’s integration of project management and IT concepts provides students with the tools and techniques they need to develop in this field.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780470371930
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 1/9/2009
  • Edition description: Includes Microsoft Project CD
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 409
  • Product dimensions: 7.90 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author


Jack T. Marchewka is an associate professor, the Barsema Professor of Management Information Systems, and the director of the Business Information Technology Transfer Center (BITTC) at Northern Illinois University. He received his Ph.D. from Georgia State University's department of Computer Information Systems in 1994 and was a former faculty member at Kennesaw State University. Prior to entering academia, Dr. Marchewka was a vice president of MIS for a healthcare company in Atlanta, Georgia.
Dr. Marchewka has taught a number of courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels and has been a guest lecturer at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University in the Netherlands. His articles have appeared in journals such as Information Resources Management Journal, Information Technology & People, Journal of International Information Management, and Journal of Informatics Education and Research.
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Table of Contents

1) The Nature of Information Technology Projects.

2) Conceptualizing and Initializint the IT Project.

3) Developing the Project Charter and Baseline Project Plan.

4) The Human Side of Project Management.

5) Defining and Managing Project Scope.

6) The Work Breakdown Structure and Project Estimation.

7) The Project Schedule and Budget.

8) Managing Project Risk.

9) Project Communication, Tracking, and Reporting.

10) IT Project Quality Management.

11) Managing Organizational Change, Resistance, and Conflict.

12) Project Procurement Management and Outsourcing.

13) Leadership and Ethics.

14) Project Implementation, Closure, and Evaluation.

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  • Posted November 30, 2009

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    How IT professionals manage projects and people

    In this textbook on managing information technology (IT) projects, Jack T. Marchewka gives clear explanations of sound project-management principles. The book's organization and tone are designed for a college setting. Of course, you can read the book on your own and get a great deal from it, even without classroom discussion of its case studies and review questions. Note the bullet points that list each chapter's objectives as items to prioritize as you read. Each chapter's summary will help you determine if you picked up what the author is trying to share. Marchewka's language is formal but readable, and he focuses less on entertaining you than on communicating solid, useful information. He thoroughly describes IT projects' special considerations, emphasizing the importance of human interaction and employee training and skills. getAbstract recommends this book to project managers with IT backgrounds who want to hone their people-management skills and to general project managers who want information on handling IT projects.

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