S Project Management Handbook, 2006 ed.
IS project management handbook
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This handbook guides information system (IS) managers through the project management process of designing, developing, and implementing any IS goal. This 2006 edition contains new chapters on applying the Balanced Scorecard Balanced Scorecard
A performance metric used in strategic management to identify and improve various internal functions and their resulting external outcomes. The balanced scorecard attempts to measure and provide feedback to organizations in order to assist in implementing in managing a project and best practices for managing a problem project. There is also new information on cost estimation estimation
In mathematics, use of a function or formula to derive a solution or make a prediction. Unlike approximation, it has precise connotations. In statistics, for example, it connotes the careful selection and testing of a function called an estimator. and project management certifications. Numerous sample forms and checklists are included. Wallace is affiliated with the Project Management Institute. Webber is a program manager in the private sector. Doss is a networking and technology author.
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