Agile Project Management: How to Succeed in the Face of Changing Project Requirements

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Gary Chin, «Agile Project Management: How to Succeed in the Face of Changing Project Requirements»
AMACOM | ISBN 0814471765 | 2003-12 | PDF or CHM | 1.6 / 3.8 Mb | 224 pages




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Book Description
In a fast-paced environment filled with uncertainty, successfully completing projects on time can feel like running an obstacle course. An emphasis on speed often forces project teams to make decisions without crucial data, leading to frequent changes of direction once more information becomes known. If people aren't light on their feet, complicated projects can easily get tripped up.

Agile Project Management gives readers the strategies they need to take charge of urgent projects that involve unique resources and elements of uncertainty. The book offers an improvement upon classical project management processes by tying project processes more directly to the ever-changing requirements of business objectives – achieving improved flexibility and response time. Filled with examples showing how to implement agile PM into all project situations, the book demonstrates how to develop an appropriate and supportive infrastructure and environment, and reviews the roles of the project manager, general management, and the project team. Agile Project Management is the ultimate method for achieving superior results in an accelerated and changing environment.



Book Info
Text provides practical strategies needed to take charge of crucial but unpredictable projects. Demonstrates how to develop a strong and supportive project management infrastructure and culture, and improve communication and productivity. Includes index and appendices. DLC: Project management.



About the Author
Gary Chin (Portland, OR) is the founder of XO Consulting Partners, which helps organizations attune project management practices to their corporate culture. He has more than 18 years experience in high-tech program management and business process analysis.