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Visualizing Project Management: Models and Frameworks for Mastering Complex Systems

 
 
 
 
Visualizing Project Management: Models and Frameworks for Mastering Complex Systems
Author: Kevin Forsberg - Hal Mooz - Howard Cotterman
ISBN 13: 9780471648482
ISBN 10: 471648485
Edition: 3
Publisher: Wiley
Publication Date: 2005-09-01
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 480
List Price: $50.00
 
 

THE PROJECT MANAGEMENT CLASSIC-REVISED AND EXPANDED

Now Includes Downloadable Forms and Worksheets

Projects are becoming the heart of business. This comprehensive revision of the bestselling guide to project management explains the processes, practices, and management techniques you need to implement a successful project culture within your team and enterprise. Visualizing Project Management simplifies the challenge of managing complex projects with powerful, visual models that have been adopted by more than 100 leading government and private organizations.

In this new Third Edition, the authors-leading thinkers and practitioners in the field-keep you on the cutting edge with a sophisticated approach that integrates project management, systems engineering, and process improvement. This advanced content can help take your career and your organization well beyond the fundamentals.

New, downloadable forms, templates, and worksheets make it easy to implement powerful project techniques and tools.

Includes references to the Project Management Institute Body of Knowledge and the INCOSE Handbook to help you pass:

The Project Management Professional Certification Exam
The INCOSE Systems Engineer Certification Exam (CSEP)

"I recommend this book to all those who aspire to project management [and] those who must supervise it."
—Norman R. Augustine, former chairman and CEO Lockheed Martin Corporation

"The importance of this excellent book, able to encompass these two key disciplines [systems engineering and project management], cannot be overemphasized."
—Heinz Stoewer, President, INCOSE