BOOK 2: (Project Manager level) PROJECT MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES 2ed
PROJECT MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES has been written for the experienced project manager who is responsible for producing the project's deliverables on time, within budget and to the required quality as outlined in the project charter. At this level, the project manager needs to know how to develop and manage a planning and control system that integrates all the team members, resources, contractors, suppliers, stakeholders and components of the project. This book will help the project manager develop decision-making skills to trade off conflicting parameters and individual plans to enable the project to converge on an optimum project plan, build-method and execution strategy. Reporting to the project sponsor, the project manager is appointed as the project's single point of responsibility and authorized to use company resources as outlined in the project charter.
BOOK 3: (Project Leader and Entrepreneur level) PROJECT LEADERSHIP and ENTREPRENEURSHIP
PROJECT LEADERSHIP and ENTREPRENEURSHIP has been written for the project leader who is responsible for leading the project team, contractors, suppliers, consultants and stakeholders to achieve the project objectives.
This book is structured into four sections:
Numerous case studies are included to show the link between leadership theory and practice.
BOOK 4: (Project Sponsor level) ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGEMENT
ADVANCED PROJECT MANAGEMENT has been written for the project sponsor who is responsible for developing and championing a business case (solution), which satisfies the corporate vision requirements - often expressed as, 'what does the company need to do to maintain its competitive advantage'. At the strategic level the project sponsor uses a company-wide methodology to interlink the phases of the project lifecycle so that the theme of the corporate vision and values runs like a common thread to ensure that the problem solving and decision-making processes implement corporate strategy and realize benefits for the company. This book provides plenty of case studies to show the link between the corporate strategy, the project and the operation phase.