Information Systems Project Management

Author: David Avison
Editor: SAGE
ISBN: 1412957028
Size: 12,55 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Until now, books available for information systems project management focused either on information technology or production and operations. Information Systems Project Management reflects new thinking about the need for balance between technology topics and production-operations issues needed to manage successful IS projects.

Project Management For Modern Information Systems

Author: Brandon, Daniel M.
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1591406951
Size: 18,40 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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"This book describes and illustrates practices, procedures, methods, and tools for IT project management that address project success for modern times"--Provided by publisher.

Information Systems Project Management

Author: Jolyon Hallows
Editor: AMACOM/American Management Association
ISBN: 9780814428795
Size: 17,31 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Plan, Information Systems Project Management helps you successfully deliver your projects on time, on budget, and with desired results.

Introduction To Information Systems Project Management

Author: David L. Olson
Editor: Irwin Professional Pub
ISBN: 9780072424201
Size: 18,28 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This text is a project management text that focuses on "high technology." The text is brief and has more applied vs. theoretical coverage. The text will focus on traditional project management topics, i.e., project adoption, planning, scheduling, and implementation, however, Olson will look at these topics from an IS or software perspective.

Information Systems Project Management

Author: David Olson
Editor: Business Expert Press
ISBN: 1631571230
Size: 15,21 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Information Systems Project Management addresses project management in the context of information systems. It deals with general project management principles, with focus on the special characteristics of information systems. It is based on an earlier text, but shortened to focus on essential project management elements.This updated version presents various statistics indicating endemic problems in completing information system projects on time, within budget, at designed functionality. While successful completion of an information systems project is a challenge, there are some things that can be done to improve the probability of project success. This book reviews a number of project management tools, including, developing organizational ability to work on projects, better systems analysis and design, project estimation, and project control and termination.

Introduction To Information Systems Project Management

Author: David Louis Olson
ISBN: 9780072824025
Size: 18,48 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Project Management Information Systems

Editor: Transportation Research Board
ISBN: 9780309068628
Size: 13,30 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Project Management For Information Systems

Author: James Cadle
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780273685807
Size: 18,91 MB
Format: PDF
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Project Management For Information Systems 4th edition "For those studying project management for information systems, this book has no equal. "Roger Atkinson, Bournemouth University Based on practical experience this book provides everything you need to get started on an IS project and to see it through to successful completion, whether you are a student of information systems and project management or a practising project manager. Clear explanation of theory combined with the exploration of a variety of project management methodologies helps the reader develop a thorough understanding of the subject. The mixture of hard and soft topic coverage encourages the development of all the skills needed to successfully manage the team, the individual and the task. Case studies, exercises and good and bad examples from real life help the reader to start putting the theory into context and into practice. This edition contains the most up-to-date thinking on issues such as: Multinational and multicultural projects. Establishing the business case for your project. The latest initiatives in quality, soft systems, extreme programming and virtual teams. "Project Management for Information Systems" is all you need to plan every aspect of an IS project and ensure that it is implemented on time, within budget and to quality standards. James Cadle is a director of Assist Knowledge Development and an independent consultant in IT analysis and project management. Donald Yeates is an independent consultant and an associate client director at Henley Management College.

Project Management Information Systems

Author: Ayman N Alkhaldi
Editor: Independently Published
ISBN: 9781795340809
Size: 13,35 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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The modern complicated project environment has encouraged management and computer scientists to explore for solution approaches and support systems that could aid project managers in handling project challenges throughout all project phases (project planning, scheduling, monitoring and controlling). Project management software have become one of the crucial points in the attempts tominimize cost, effort and time, and to maximize the advantages of project management methods that are required to use scientific solutions in all project phases.This book presents a series of practices, processes and techniques that could aid project managers and project teams to manage projects' information in a systematic way in order to achieve better project outcomes. This book includes an overview on project management information systems; project management environment; managing project information (project information cycle); managingproject management information systems; and project management software and its role in the project success.

Information Systems Project Management

Author: Mark A. Fuller
Editor: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780131454170
Size: 10,74 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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For undergraduate and graduate courses in IT/IS Project Management. Information Systems Project Managementoperates from the assumption that organizational project management is a complex team-based activity, and that various types of technologies are an inherent part of the project management process.