The IS Project Management Handbook is a practical hands-on resource book which guides IS managers through the project management process of designing, developing, and implementing any IS goal. This process includes time and management techniques and the key tools such as Gantt chart schedules and reports for handling these techniques.The Handbook covers the basic steps in IS project management: scope planning and defining, activity defining and sequencing, resource planning, time estimating, schedule developing, cost estimating, and budget developing. Quality control is considered throughout the process. Fundamental IS project management techniques and tools are covered: project modeling, network optimization, Gantt charts and schedules, PERT/CPM techniques, risk analysis, and learning curve analysis.Written in a practical, how-to-style and organized for fast access to specific information, The IS Project Management Handbook not only explains the project management process, but takes the reader step-by-step to achieve implementation of any IS goal.
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