Project management is an essential part of successful organizations, and a skill that most professionals will need at some point in their career. Successfully managing a project can be a make or break point in one s career and is often the impetus for future job-promotions. Simplified Project Management for the Quality Professional was written to help guide new project managers in their efforts. This book focuses on explaining the skills and tools needed by those just beginning to lead projects and teams. Beginning by developing basic guidelines for each project, the book then takes you through the basics of planning, implementing, managing and closing a project. it discusses how to envision the project outcome and the important aspect of obtaining upper-management buy-in, and then provides guidance on the implementation of the project and the tracking and measuring of progress. Finally, the book provides guidelines for evaluating, documenting, and closing down the project. Review a sample Webinar presentation about this book by the author by clicking here. Preview a sample chapter from this book along with the full table of contents by clicking here. You will need Adobe Acrobat to view this pdf file.... 136 statement of work (SOW) example of, 168, 185 implementation planning, 113a115 Stewart, Thomas A., 201 storming ... storming, norming, and performing, 14a15, 71a72 identify and sequence of tasks, 15 linear responsibility chart, 57, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Simplified Project Management for the Quality Professional|
|Publisher||:||ASQ Quality Press - 2005|