IT Project Management by Joseph Phillips
On Track from Start to Finish, Third Edition

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Master IT Project Management

This practical, up-to-date guide explains how to successfully manage an IT project and prepare for CompTIA Project+ certification. IT Project Management: On Track from Start to Finish, Third Edition walks you through each step of the IT project management process, covering critical strategies for on-time and within-budget projects. You'll get proven methods for initiating a project, selecting qualified team members, conferring with management, establishing communication, setting realistic timetables, tracking costs, and closing a project.

Learn how to:

Define project requirements and create the project charter Create a feasibility study and establish project priority Determine strategy and obtain management approval Manage project scope and determine project expenses Build the project management plan Organize and lead a project team Track progress and calculate the Cost Performance Index (CPI) Implement changes to the project plan Perform continuous quality management Complete the project and assess deliverables

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CompTIA Project+ practice exam Project management video training from the author Ready-to-use templates and worksheets Complete e-book

Joseph Phillips, PMP, CompTIA Project+, is the Director of Education for Project Seminars. He is the author of PMP Project Management Professional Study Guide, Second Edition; CAPM/PMP Project Management Certification All-in-One Exam Guide, Second Edition; CBAP Certified Business Analysis Professional All-in-One Exam Guide; and PgMP Program Management Professional All-in-One Exam Guide.

 

About Joseph Phillips

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Joseph Phillips, MCSE, MCT, CTT, has served as an independent IT consultant (with an emphasis on project management), trainer, and writer since 1993 when he began teaching for Columbia College in Chicago. He has contributed as an author or technical editor to more than 25 books, exam software, and Web sites. He has written articles for Windows NT Systems Magazine, NT Magazine, and MCP Magazine, and he served as a primary author for the A+ Bible. In addition, he writes a weekly column for www.informit.com on IT careers where he will promote IT Project Management: On Track from Start to Finish.
 
Published March 18, 2010 by McGraw-Hill Osborne Media. 640 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Computers & Technology, Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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The principal document of project management is the project charter, which is similar to a proposal or feasibility study and contains the project purpose, the business case, goals, schedule, as well as identifying resources, constraints, assumptions, and risks.

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The principal document of project management is the project charter, which is similar to a proposal or feasibility study and contains the project purpose, the business case, goals, schedule, as well as identifying resources, constraints, assumptions, and risks.

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