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by Nancy Mingus PMP

ePub Alpha Teach Yourself Project Management (Alpha Teach Yourself in 24 Hours) download
Author:
Nancy Mingus PMP
ISBN13:
978-0028642239
ISBN:
0028642236
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Publisher:
ALPHA (November 1, 2001)
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Management & Leadership
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1471 kb
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Mingus has been working in or with project management for nearly 25 years.

Mingus has been working in or with project management for nearly 25 years. She has written more than 50 articles and has delivered over 500 workshops on a variety of project management, training, computer, and historic preservation topics. She holds a Master's in Education and a Master's in Historic Preservation and received her PMP certification from the Project Management Institute in 1996. She serves on the board of several organizations, including the Buffalo chapter of the Project Management Institute.

A project management consulting professional offers step-by-step guidance in project management. Other books in the series. Alpha Teach Yourself in 24 Hours (6 books). The volume is organized into 24 steps, beginning with basic issues and project initiation and ending with evaluating a project, applying lessons learned, and choosing a project management package. Books by Nancy Mingus.

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Excellent use of the proven Teach Yourself in 24 Hours format, giving readers a. .Mingus has been working in or with project management for nearly 25 years. To that end, this book presents the basics of effective project management

Excellent use of the proven Teach Yourself in 24 Hours format, giving readers a one-hour lesson for each major portion of project management. Author is an experienced trainer and writer as well as an expert in software and other tool-based methods of project management. To that end, this book presents the basics of effective project management. Mingus resides with her husband, daughters, and cat, Max, in Williamsville, New York.

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Recognizing that most projects are managed electronically or online today, the author also shows better and more efficient ways to track and achieve goals. Books related to Alpha Teach Yourself Project Management. G. Michael Campbell PMP. R 292,78.

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A structured tutorial for learning how to organize, estimate, build and manage a complex project.

A structured tutorial for learning how to organize, estimate, build and manage a complex project. Excellent use of the proven Teach Yourself in 24 Hours format, giving readers a one-hour lesson for each major portion of project management. Covers the project in a chronological fashion going in-depth to each stage including the traditional and technical methods of tracking. Now you don't have to be an MBA or advanced specialist to learn the.

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  • This is a great book for getting the basics of project management under your belt quickly. I had this book over 10 years ago and had gotten rid of it thinking I would never use it again. Now, I'm back in school and working towards my CompTIA certification. I re-ordered this book to help refresh my knowledge in terms of the technical side and application of project management.

  • This is an excellent book where I have turned to time and time again. Almost every company today has project managers, from engineering, financial services to architecture and design. Most companies will not hire unless you have your PMP, issued by the Project Management Institute. Getting the PMP, CISSP and CSM - all help put you on a path for employment and builds a solid foundation so you will not have to worry about being unemployed again anytime soon. Nancy has done a great job of developing the core efforts of setting goals and managing priorities through project management.

  • If you have previous project management experience this would not be a good purchase. If you are new at project management, you may find it beneficial but there are better books out there.

  • I don't know whether the book was poorly written or whether I just really don't like project management, but I found myself nodding off while reading it. I just couldn't get into it. And how was I supposed to learn something so complicated in just 24 hours? I used to think I wanted to be a project manager, but now I definitely do not.

  • In the project management field, projects by definition are unique and variable, and must be taken on a case-by-case basis. Therefore, beware of books that try to quantify and standardize methods in a field that is vastly fluid and varied by nature. In order to make any sense, such books must remain at a very high level to avoid alienating project managers with especially unique needs, but this very same high level of coverage usually results in terms and recommendations that are so vague as to lose their effectiveness. That goes double for this book. First of all, the "24 Hours" promise of the title is nothing but a gimmick from the Dummies school of bookstore education, and no professional would take such a thing seriously. Based on the nature of your real world experiences and requirements, 24 days, 24 weeks, or even 24 months are more realistic in learning project management.

    The "24 hours" gimmick could possibly be ignored except for the fact that this book is constructed as if such a thing really were possible, with the multitudinous characteristics of project management chopped up awkwardly and arbitrarily into 24 segments, which consist of little more than repetitive lists and definitions. The deepest this book gets into the real nitty-gritty of project management is the calculation of basic budgetary percentages and figuring out how many people to invite to a meeting, in the guise of hypothetical "projects" that are hard to take seriously - organizing a banquet and restoring an old building. Missing altogether is the fundamental challenge of project management - dealing with variety while knowing how to deeply analyze the common themes and knowledge of the discipline. Not recommended. [~doomsdayer520~]

  • This is a well written, very thorough book on an important topic. Project management can be dry (as my students will attest), but the clear writing, numerous examples, various kinds of sidebars, and case studies, make it interesting. The sidebars include FYI's, "Just a minute" advice, cautions, time savers, and "go to" cross references. The book is well organized, carefully covering the basics then moving through starting a project, developing, executing, controlling, and closing it out. It includes chapters on project management software, and she even includes a section on celebrating the end of a project with pizza and wings. Talk about being thorough!
    The book was written primarily for self-education (the title is "Teach Yourself" ...), but it would serve equally well as the textbook in a project management course, or as a supplement in a systems analysis course.
    Personally, I do not care for the "24 hour" idea, with the topics indicated by Hour 1, Hour 2, etc., but that artifact can be ignored.

  • This book offers a good overview of all the key processes in project management. It is clear and easy to understand. Case studies are included so you can see how the concepts are applied. I don't think the "24 hours" is a gimmick. You can read each chapter in about an hour. However, it would take a little longer if you worked out the exercises for the case study.