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Author: jennifer-gipp
ISBN13: 978-0324665215
Title: Information Technology Project Management, ISE
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Publisher: Delmar; International Student Ed edition (2007)
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Note: See the text itself for full citations. edu for more courses. Understand the growing need for better project management, especially for information technology projects. Explain what a project is, provide examples of information technology projects, list various attributes of projects, and describe the triple constraint of projects. Describe project management and discuss key elements of the project management framework, including project stakeholders, the project management knowledge areas, common tools and.

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Jennifer Greene has managed quality assurance teams at multiple software organizations. She has been responsible for leading process improvement efforts as well as implementing best practices in defect prevention. She is currently leading a major software test outsourcing effort for MicroEdge.

served as a junior professor at the University of Konstanz from February 2015 to August 2018, where he led the Information Science Group. In August 2018, he accepted a full professor (W3) for Media Technology at the University of Wuppertal, Germany.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY PROJECT MANAGEMENT, Fifth Edition weaves theory and practice together, presenting a comprehensive, integrated view of the many concepts, skills, tools, and techniques involved in information technology project management. With the strong pedagogical features and straightforward approach that made previous editions popular, this revised edition continues to address the critical skills needed for success in the ever-expanding field of project management, which has grown in its impact on an increasing number of professions, most notably information technology. The fifth edition has been updated to include a detailed guide to using Microsoft Project 2007, as well as extensive tips and practice questions to prepare readers for the latest Project Management Professional (PMP) exam. Written to the PMBOK Guide 2004 set of standards, this resource will prove valuable to anyone entering the corporate world, as leaders in the industry place an increasingly high value on effective project managers and project teams.
Reviews: 7
Lianeni
This book has been great so far! We're using it as a school book for a project management class for GIS. It's step by step approach to explaining the process as a whole has been great and breaks the material up into "bite sized pieces". The examples are clear, the case studies (given at the beginning and end of the chapter, usually expanded upon at some point in the middle as well) are always on-point and help to flesh out the material. The examples for various documents such as Project Charters, Work Breakdown Structures, Project Scope Statements, and Gandt charts have been clear and easy to read. It has definitely made understanding our assignments (planning a hypothetical project) much easier to understand.

I'd recommend it and I look forward to hanging onto this as a desk reference once my class is over!

Edit: One thing I wanted to add is that I purchased a new copy in part because of the Microsoft Project trial that I would need. I hadn't realized that a free trial is readily available on the Microsoft website! D'oh! So buy used if you want and you won't be missing out on that aspect.
Opilar
So I have ready Kathy's books through the years especially when I want to brush up on PMP terminology and moving into a Project Management role. It's a good read and she does more than just regurgitate the PMI PMBOK but instead has good examples, stories from actual events, and how reality works in Project Management.

I took a star away as you simply do not need the versions. I bought the 7th edition which in studying for the PMP was good enough. I do not know if college professors (I think she retired) feel obligated to write a new edition every two years but does material really change that often? I ask that about Calculus books as well which are extremely overpriced. There is not that much innovation in Calculus or Project Managment (unless PMI comes out with a new PMBOK).

So overall recommend but get this version, or current version -1 and you will learn a lot.
IGOT
The digital version works just fine on Kindle HDX (I know this model operates differently then others). Obviously, there is no disk.

As far as I understand, the disk gives you 90 days of MS Project. Digging into the appendix, the reader is encouraged to download the trial version of MS project from the website, which is a 60 day trial- the 60 day mark is (sadly) 7 days short of the length of my course.

It would be nice if the digital version had a 90-day key in the beginning of the book for those if us that are trying to be eco-friendly students that do not wish to use a book/CD/shipping/etc.

I'll update in a few weeks once I have dug into this book a bit...
Jeronashe
There is a lot of great information and resources in this book. Kathy Schwalbe is obviously experienced, and provides a good intro for the person with no PM experience. However, I find the amount of jargon to be extremely frustrating. In true business form, known terms for tools and processes are interchanged with savvy business talk, making it much more difficult than necessary to follow the discussion. I think that the wordiness increases the length of the chapters noticeably, which is also unnecessary.
Maybe those with more of a business background will enjoy the writing style more!
Best West
You are only getting the textbook, and that's it. There is supposed to be a course access code along with a trial copy of Microsoft Project 2013, but neither of those items come with this book, even when you buy it new. Meanwhile, if all you need is just the textbook, you can find it used elsewhere for a lot cheaper. There is no point to this item at all, which is why I give it 1/5 stars.
Musical Aura Island
I purchased this book to increase my knowledge of project management for the ANCC Informatics Nurse certification exam. In a nutshell, this book references PMBOK as it relates and is applied to IT projects. I its good reading. I purchased this book because it was way better priced than the "real" one. The text and illustrations are in black in white (no color images). The condition of the book was excellent for being a used book. I have zero regrets of puchasing this book and would definitely recommend it especially to those desiring to save money.
Ger
So far a good book. This is a text for one of my college classes so it's "required reading." The information is straight forward and the examples (especially the Quick Quiz with answers) are helping. Though I do wish they put the answers at the back. I find myself having to put a bit of paper over the answers to avoid glancing down.
Not a terrible read, some great information necessary for class and overall not difficult to understand. Easy to follow and helpful as a guide during class discussions