Proven Methods To Meet Organizational Goals
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All You Need to Know to Structure Tasks for Maximum Effectiveness Throughout Any Project
- The first PM guide 100% focused on strategy and processes
- Shows you how to organize project actions for maximum efficiency and fully align processes with high-level project strategies
- Deep practical insight for sophisticated project managers, supported by real case studies and proven applications
Expert project manager and leading instructor Randal Wilson helps you structure and manage any project based on the goals you’ve defined and how your deliverables will be used. Starting with objectives, he shows you how to optimally group your actions at every stage of the project lifecycle.
Wilson identifies organizational and project-level elements that can influence each stage of your project, and how the project’s lifecycle and outputs may suggest the best project structure. Next, he addresses project organization issues associated with operations management processes, management roles, and interactions among processes. He concludes by discussing ways to structure projects so they support business strategy and promote organizational change.
Whatever your PM role, this tutorial will help you structure your project for successful execution through every stage, at all levels—tactical and strategic.
Master all the modern project strategy and process definition techniques you need, in one focused tutorial!
Careful organization and task structuring sets the stage for successful project execution. Mastering Project Management Strategies and Processes shows you how to group and organize activities into processes that are easier to manage, prioritize, and control, and that can be used to accomplish objectives at multiple levels of the organization.
Seasoned project manager and professor Randal Wilson presents focused coverage of every task organization technique project managers should master. Teaching through relevant examples, Wilson introduces six models of project structure designed to accommodate the full spectrum of project objectives and characteristics.
You’ll learn how to shape project structure to reflect your organization’s pre-existing structure, how well-defined your final outputs are, and many other key factors. Drawing on extensive experience, Wilson illuminates subtle interactions between processes, helping you avoid problems and manage projects to maximize both their tactical and strategic value.
If you’re a working project manager or student who wants to improve your project organization skills, this guide brings together all the knowledge, experience, and insights you’ll need.
- Understand project management as process management
- Master tools and techniques for designing high-efficiency projects
- Optimize project organization in “projectized” or matrix/functional organizations
- Gain a clearer understanding of your deliverable and how it impacts project structure
- Evaluate project work activities for efficiency and opportunities for process development
- Manage complex process group interactions and gain valuable information from them
- Structure projects to meet strategic as well as tactical objectives
|Titel:||Mastering Project Management Strategy And Processes|
|Uitgever:||Pearson Education (us)|
|Plaats van publicatie:||01|
|Afmetingen:||238 x 163 x 26|
Randal Wilson, MBA, PMP, serves as Visiting Professor of Project Management, Keller Graduate School of Management, at the Elk Grove, California, DeVry University campus. His teaching style is one of addressing project management concepts using not only academic course guidelines and text, but also in-depth discussions in lectures using practical application from industry experience.
Mr. Wilson is currently Operations and Project Manager at Parker Hose and Fittings. He is responsible for five locations across Northern California and Nevada, as well as project management of redesigns and renovation of existing facilities and construction of new facilities.
Mr. Wilson was formerly in the telecommunications industry as Senior New Product Introduction Engineer at REMEC, Inc.; Senior New Product Introduction Engineer with Spectrian Corp.; and Associate Design Engineer with American Microwave Technology. He also served as Senior Manufacturing Engineer at Hewlett-Packard.
He is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) of the Project Management Institute. He acquired an MBA with concentration in General Operations Management from Keller Graduate School of Management of DeVry University in Fremont, California, and a Bachelor of Science in Technical Management with concentration in Project Management from DeVry University in Fremont, California.
Chapter 1 Project Structure 7
Chapter 2 Operations Management Processes 67
Chapter 3 Organizing the Management of Projects 107
Chapter 4 Project Management Processes 129
Chapter 5 Project Management Responsibilities 157
Chapter 6 Project Process Interactions 189
Chapter 7 Operations Strategy Using Project Management 205