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Author Alam, M. Daud.
Title Projektmanagement fur die Praxis. English
Project-management in practice : a guideline and toolbox for successful projects / M. Daud Alam, Uwe F. Guhl.
Imprint Berlin, Germany : Springer, 2016.
2016

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Author Alam, M. Daud.
Subject Project management.
Alt Name Guhl, Uwe.
Description 1 online resource (183 pages)
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Contents Foreword; Preface; Contents; List of Figures; About the Authors; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Definitions; 1.2 Successful Projects; 1.3 Process Models; 1.4 Overview; 1.5 Summary; Problems; References; 2 Comprehensive Topics; 2.1 Requirements; 2.1.1 Objective of Requirements Engineering; 2.1.2 Projects and Requirements; 2.1.3 Identification of Requirements; 2.1.4 Management of Requirements; 2.2 Project Culture; 2.2.1 Objectives of the Project Culture; 2.2.2 Outward Effect of a Project; 2.2.3 Inwards Effect of a Project; 2.2.4 Decision Culture; 2.2.5 Learning in the Project; 2.2.6 International Projects.
2.2.7 Failure2.2.8 Checklist; 2.3 Communication; 2.3.1 Objectives of Communication; 2.3.2 Aspects of Communication; 2.3.3 Good Communication; 2.3.4 Communication as a Task for the Project Manager; 2.3.5 Glossary; 2.3.6 Communication Plan; 2.3.7 Project Meetings; 2.3.8 Means of Communication; 2.4 Documentation; 2.4.1 Objectives of Documentation; 2.4.2 Reasons; 2.4.3 Requirements; 2.4.4 Scope; 2.4.5 Project Profile; 2.4.6 Project Handbook; 2.5 Quality; 2.5.1 Quality Objectives; 2.5.2 Procedure; 2.5.3 Checklist; 2.6 Risk Management; 2.6.1 Objective of Risk Management; 2.6.2 Procedure.
2.7 Methods2.7.1 Brainstorming; 2.7.1.1 Advantages; 2.7.1.2 Disadvantages; 2.7.1.3 Application; 2.7.2 Problem Statement Reversal; 2.7.2.1 Advantages; 2.7.2.2 Disadvantages; 2.7.2.3 Application; 2.7.3 Mind Mapping; 2.7.3.1 Advantages; 2.7.3.2 Disadvantages; 2.7.3.3 Application; 2.7.4 Method 635; 2.7.4.1 Advantages; 2.7.4.2 Disadvantages; 2.7.4.3 Application; 2.7.5 Flashlight; 2.7.5.1 Advantages; 2.7.5.2 Disadvantages; 2.7.5.3 Application; 2.8 Summary; Problems; References; 3 Project Phases; 3.1 Strategy Phase; 3.1.1 Objective/Results; 3.1.2 Situation Analysis; 3.1.3 Environmental Analysis.
3.1.4 Project Goal3.1.5 Solution Approaches; 3.1.6 Project Order; 3.1.7 Tender Specification; 3.1.8 Performance Specification; 3.1.9 Checklist; 3.2 Planning Phase; 3.2.1 Objective/Results; 3.2.2 Project Plan; 3.2.3 Work Breakdown Structure; 3.2.4 Time Schedule; 3.2.5 Resource Plan/Cost Schedule; 3.2.6 Project Organization; 3.2.7 Plan Optimization; 3.2.8 Plan Alignment; 3.2.9 Project Kickoff; 3.2.10 Checklist; 3.3 Realization Phase; 3.3.1 Objective/Results; 3.3.2 Summary of Tasks; 3.3.3 Milestones; 3.3.4 Project Controlling; 3.3.5 Project Monitoring; 3.3.5.1 Content-Related Progress.
3.3.5.2 Presentation of the Project Progress3.3.6 Project Control Activities; 3.3.7 Trend Analysis; 3.3.8 Checklist; 3.4 Closure Phase; 3.4.1 Objective/Results; 3.4.2 Acceptance; 3.4.3 Final Documentation and Lessons Learned; 3.4.4 Dissolving; 3.4.5 Outlook; 3.4.6 Checklist; 3.5 Summary; Problems; References; 4 Outlook; 4.1 Certifications; 4.2 More Information; 4.3 Future Project Management; 4.4 & nd Additional Information; 4.5 Summary; References; 5 Templates; 5.1 Project profile; 5.2 Task list; 5.3 Requirements list; 5.4 Project handbook; 5.5 Risk list; 5.6 Communication plan; 5.7 Minutes.
Note 5.8 RACI matrix.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This practice-oriented book explores a variety of cross-project topics and specific aspects of different project phases. It also offers tips, examples, templates and checklists, and discusses concrete problems and solutions from project practice in IT and the automotive industry. The authors combine their extensive practical experience in years of project work with relevant project-management theory. Each chapter begins with a list of the learning objectives and concludes with a summary of the insights provided. Accordingly, the book offers a valuable resource for: Beginners wishing to acquire basic project management skills Participants in more advanced project management training who are looking for instructional material Project management experts who want to learn about further aspects, and to employ templates and checklists for even more successful projects.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783662529447 (electronic bk.)
3662529440 (electronic bk.)
3662529432
9783662529430
9783662529430 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-662-52944-7
OCLC # 963719880
Additional Format Print version: Alam, Daud. Project-Management in Practice : A Guideline and Toolbox for Successful Projects. Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2016 9783662529430


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