List of Exhibits
Table of content
Chapter 1: Introduction
Exhibit 1-1: A comparison of IT and non-IT project characteristics.
Chapter 2: The Foundations of Project Management
Exhibit 2-1: Traditional management functions.
Exhibit 2-2: Project management functions.
Exhibit 2-3: Indented WBS.
Exhibit 2-4: Graphical WBS format.
Exhibit 2-5: Sample work breakdown structure.
Exhibit 2-6: Sample precedence table.
Exhibit 2-7: A precedence diagram.
Exhibit 2-8: Network showing early schedule.
Exhibit 2-9: Completed network showing late schedule and critical path.
Exhibit 2-10: A sample Gantt chart.
Exhibit 2-11: Earned value terms, definitions, and formulas.
Exhibit 2-12: Earned value graph.
Chapter 3: Information Technology Project and Systems Life Cycles: Project Management and Team Activities
Exhibit 3-1: Typical IT project life.
Exhibit 3-2: The project and systems development life cycles and activities.
Exhibit 3-3: A sample project charter outline.
Exhibit 3-4: System alternative evaluation parameters.
Exhibit 3-5: Trade-off analysis process.
Chapter 4: Identifying and Developing Customer Requirements
Exhibit 4-1: Tips for writing good statements of work.
Exhibit 4-2: A statement of work format.
Exhibit 4-3: A checklist for making a bid/no-bid decision.
Exhibit 4-4: A sample requirements matrix.
Chapter 5: Organizing the Project Team
Exhibit 5-1: Emotional intelligence competencies.
Exhibit 5-2: The stakeholder management process.
Exhibit 5-3: Stakeholder analysis form.
Exhibit 5-4: Project charter outline.
Chapter 6: Developing the Information Technology Project Plan
Exhibit 6-1: A generic project plan format.
Exhibit 6-2: Risk analysis and contingency strategy matrix.
Exhibit 6-3: Sample schedule and cost-estimating process.
Chapter 7: Risk Management in Information Technology Projects
Exhibit 7-1: A risk management model.
Exhibit 7-2: Path convergence in a network analysis.
Exhibit 7-3: Risk management plan format.
Exhibit 7-4: Cause-and-effect diagram for analyzing risk.
Exhibit 7-5: The risk-filtering process.
Exhibit 7-6: Changing subjective ratings into percentages.
Exhibit 7-7: Comparative risk-ranking form.
Exhibit 7-8: Risk comparisons.
Exhibit 7-9: Weighted risk comparisons.
Exhibit 7-10: Research and development decision tree.
Exhibit 7-11: Research and development decision tree analysis.
Chapter 8: Systems Engineering: The Hub of Project Management
Exhibit 8-1: Systems engineering management is the hub of project management.
Exhibit 8-2: Key system engineering process elements.
Exhibit 8-3: Developing architectures against system functions and requirements.
Exhibit 8-4: Rating alternative architectures.
Exhibit 8-5: The systems engineering process.
Exhibit 8-6: Relationship between project management and systems engineering management.
Chapter 9: Project Monitoring and Control
Exhibit 9-1: Determining PV and EV for task work progress.
Exhibit 9-2: Earned value analysis of an IT project.
Exhibit 9-3: Earned value analysis table.
Exhibit 9-4: CPI and SPI table for controlling the project.
Exhibit 9-5: Tracking CPI and SPI.
Exhibit 9-6: Sample status report format.
Exhibit 9-7: A sample change control process.
Exhibit 9-8: A sample change request form.
Chapter 10: Rapid Development in IT Projects
Exhibit 10-1: Partial example of waterfall development.
Exhibit 10-2: Example of a modified waterfall development.
Chapter 11: Principles of Project Closeout
Exhibit 11-1: A WBS for the closeout phase.
Exhibit 11-2: Activities for closing out a project.
Exhibit 11-3: Sample final project audit format.
Chapter 12: Customer Service—Finishing the Project
Exhibit 12-1: The customer service development process.
Exhibit 12-2: Identifying, understanding, and correcting plan obstacles.
Exhibit 12-3: Elements of superior service tactics.
Exhibit 12-4: Survey response measurement tools.
Exhibit 12-5: Sample customer scorecard.
Exhibit 12-6: Sample report and survey card.
Exhibit 12-7: Keys to effective survey question design.
Table of content
Managing Information Technology Projects: Applying Project Management Strategies to Software, Hardware, and Integration Initiatives
BUY ON AMAZON
Similar book on Amazon
CompTIA Project+ Study Guide: Exam PK0-003
OpenSSH: A Survival Guide for Secure Shell Handling (Version 1.0)
CISSP Exam Cram 2
Fire Prevention, Detection, and Suppression
Security Models of Control
Access Methods and Remote Connectivity
Applications and Systems-Development Security
Developing Tablet PC Applications (Charles River Media Programming)
Introduction to Visual Basic .NET
Using Gestures to Control Tablet Media Player
Getting Started with Microsoft Agent
WMI and Hardware
Not Quite a Magic Ball
Introduction to 80x86 Assembly Language and Computer Architecture
Branching and Looping
Appendix A Hexadecimal/ASCII conversion
Appendix E 80x86 Instructions (by Opcode)
The Java Tutorial: A Short Course on the Basics, 4th Edition
First Steps (Win32)
Creating and Using Interfaces
Finishing an Applet
Mapping Hacks: Tips & Tools for Electronic Cartography
Hack 20. Make 3-D Raytraced Terrain Models
Hack 58. Dont Lose Your Tracklogs!
Hack 68. Convert Geospatial Data Between Different Formats
Hack 98. Give Your Great-Great-Grandfather a GPS
Hack 100. Map Imaginary Places
Mastering Delphi 7
The Run-Time Library
Core Library Classes
Client/Server with dbExpress
Writing Database Components
Reporting with Rave
flylib.com © 2008-2017.
If you may any questions please contact us: email@example.com
to find out more.