"...Project management is surely one of the most important professions in the IT industry today. This collection of tips, techniques and guidelines helps IT project managers improve their project management skills on a daily basis. This project book highlights (1) Project Strategy, (2)Life-Cycle Development of a project and (3) Testing of an IT product...."
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Understanding Project Strategy.
Chapter 2: Becoming an IT Project Manager.
Chapter 3: Project Concepts.
Chapter 4: The Project Analysis.
Chapter 5: Planning for Success.
Chapter 6: Executing the Project.
Chapter 7: Controlling the Project.
Chapter 8: Implementing the Project.
Chapter 9: Closing the Project.
About the Author.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I was overly impressed with the style and easy reading this book provided me. I do not have time to go through complex books and this book presented IT project management to me in a nutshell. I liked the part on testing and strategy and this gives you more credibility. Great stuff!!
This is the best book on project management I've read. The author addresses every critical aspect of project management and makes a complicated subject easy to understand. This is a book that anyone involved with project management will want to keep readily available as a constant reference.
Jason's book helped ease my way into the Project Management world. As a novice in this field, I face many situations, questions and conditions, which were all answered in Project Management Nation. The ease and creativity of this read made it a very enjoyable experience for me. The templates, examples and tools provided in PMN are forever valuable to my project's progress - a great reference book that I will go back to time and time again
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