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Managing Projects in the New Age

 
S. Jaya Krishna (Author) G.P. Sudhakar (Author)
Synopsis Project managers of the 21st century should be highly competent to take up any challenge. Highly volatile, complex and uncertain projects pose several challenges to them. Project managers should, therefore, need to be smart and knowledgeable enough to effectively lead such challenging projects towards success. Similarly, they must be masters in handling troubled projects. Managing multiple projects simultaneously is altogether a different challenge by itself. Project managers should act wisely and sort out all resource or coordination issues while working in a multi-project environment. It requires them to focus their efforts on and address any project challenge in the smartest way. Specific skills are required either to rescue a project in crisis or to handle a small project. HR and soft skills are other imperatives that any project manager should leverage on in today's people-centric project environments. Besides, they should keep themselves abreast with advancing project management practices, tools and techniques. This book provides insights into how project managers should effectively handle specific challenging projects or situations. It offers practical tips and suggestions for handling complex, small, multiple and troubled projects. Further, it advises on the skills required to effectively manage small, troubled and complex projects. On the other hand, the book throws light on emerging practices, tools and techniques such as agile project management, gate methodology, critical chain, scrum, zen approach, earned value management (EVM), PRINCE 2, etc. This book is of interest to senior and junior level project management professionals while it helps the faculty teaching project management.
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About the authors

S. Jaya Krishna

S. Jaya Krishna holds an MBA degree from Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati. Earlier, he worked as a faculty member in management at various business schools. At present, he is a faculty member and consulting editor at ICFAI Books, an affiliate of the ICFAI University. He is also the consulting editor for The ICFAI Journal of Supply Chain Management published by the ICFAI University Press. He is a regular contributor of articles to various magazines and journals published by the ICFAI University Press. He has already edited a few books, also published by the ICFAI University Press. His areas of interest are management information system, supply chain management, knowledge management, e business etc.

G.P. Sudhakar

G P Sudhakar has over a decade of experience in IT industry is currently working as Consulting Editor at Icfai Research Center, Icfai University, Hyderabad, India. He worked in USA, UK, Ireland, Finland and India. He has Bachelor of Science, Master of Computer Applications, Master of Technology and Executive MBA. He is Project Management Institute, USA certified Project Management Professional (PMP). He is currently pursuing his Doctorate in Business Administration from All India Management Association-Aligarh Muslim University. He is member of All India Management Association. He has extensive experience in project management, program management, general management, quality management, business process re-engineering, HRM, and human aspects of project management. He has wide experience in management consulting. He has more than 30 publications in Management. His articles were published in The Hindu, Indian Management, Businessgyan, Business & Management, The Global Educator, Express Computer, Projects and Profits, www.pmhub.net, Computers Today and CSI Communications.

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Bibliographic information

Title Managing Projects in the New Age
Format Hardcover
Date published: 10.12.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788131416495
length 212p.