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Introduction to Project Management

Davies A. Igberaese, 1032122595, 1032137371, 978-1032122595, 9781032122595, 978-1032137377, 9781032137377, B0B6KSHZXD

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English | 2023 | PDF | 3 MB | 289 Pages

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This  book presents the fundamentals of project management in simple language  and an easy-to-understand format. It is targeted principally at those  who are learning or desiring to learn project management as well as  those who are already taking project management as a course of study or  as a profession. It covers all the basic aspects of project management  including the core areas prescribed by the Project Management Institute  (PMI) in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) sixth edition. Although the PMBOK Guide seventh edition has significantly shifted focus from a process based  standard to a principle based standard, it does not invalidate nor  replace the detailed knowledge base contained in the sixth edition,  which substantially emphasizes project management processes and  knowledge areas. This is particularly apt for the traditional approach  to project delivery, which is predictive in nature and has the bulk of  the planning done upfront. 

The sections of the book  are arranged in order of Project Management Processes as they fall  within the respective Project Management Knowledge Areas. Experienced  project manager, Davies Igberaese, presents all the basic content of  traditional project management in a straightforward practical sequence  as a typical project manager would go about the processes of initiating,  planning, executing, monitoring, and closing a project without losing  sight of the iterative nature of project management. The inclusion of  Project Management Templates gives students and other users of the book  the confidence required to effectively understand the basics of managing  a wide variety of projects across disciplines including construction,  building, industrial engineering, petroleum engineering, software  engineering, information technology, business administration, and event  management. Introduction to Project Management: A Source Book for Traditional PM Basics can  serve as a core textbook for academic courses in project management,  for preparing for PMP and CAPM Certification exams, as an excellent  resource for new project managers, as well as a handy reference book for  project sponsors.