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by Sandra R. Rowe

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Author:
Sandra R. Rowe
ISBN13:
978-1567264746
ISBN:
1567264743
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Publisher:
Berrett-Koehler Publishers; Second edition (April 1, 2015)
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Management & Leadership
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She has taught graduate-level project management courses and speaks regularly on project management processes, project management for small projects, the project office, knowledge sharing, and lessons learned.

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Why Use Project Management on Small Projects. Simple projects are even more straightforward than small projects. Imagine being assigned a project to revise an existing process. You have a team of three subject matter experts to assist with the design and implementation. When small projects and simple projects require different approaches, this book explains where and how. Simple projects are often called assignments.

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Project managers learned a structured, disciplined approach to managing small projects sensibly and realistically.

Sandra Rowe, PhD, PMP, MBA, MSCIS, has more than 25 years of project management experience. Sandra Rowe, PhD, PMP, MBA, MSCIS, has more than 25 years of project management experience. Her responsibilities have included leading information technology and process improvement projects; developing project management processes, tools, and techniques; and designing, developing, and delivering project management training programs.

Project managerslearned a structured, disciplined approach to managing small projects sensiblyand realistically. Project managers who areproficient at managing and leading their own projects are increasingly beingcalled upon to work collaboratively with other project managers to leadcomponents of a program.

Project Manager, Eli Lilly & Company FISHERS, IN, USA. Welcome to the June Book Club! . I did not find a standard definition for "small" projects.

I did not find a standard definition for "small" projects. The project environment and budget are important considerations.

Sandra R. Rowe (Author). Publication date: 04/01/2015. Dr. Rowe speaks regularly at project management conferences on a variety of topics related to project management processes, project management for small projects, the project office, knowledge sharing, and lessons learned. Rowe is a member of PMI and received her PMP in 1995.

Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers. Release Date: April 2015. Project managers learned a structured, disciplined approach to managing small projects sensibly and realistically.

Important New Tools for Managing Your Small Projects As Part of a Larger Program! The first edition of Project Management for Small Projects introduced project management processes, tools, and techniques that are scalable and adaptable to small projects. Project managers learned a structured, disciplined approach to managing small projects sensibly and realistically. This new edition is updated throughout to reflect the PMBOK® Guide, Fifth Edition, balancing the particular needs of small projects with the project management methodology. Project managers who are proficient at managing and leading their own projects are increasingly being called upon to work collaboratively with other project managers to lead components of a program. In addition to knowing how to manage processes and how to lead the team, project managers must now also know how to collaborate and share knowledge with other project managers. A new chapter on program management offers important insights and guidance for managing a group of related small projects in a coordinated way to obtain benefits and control not available from managing them individually.