Motivational forces in project team management: the sixteen needs of project team personnel. The power spectrum in project management: sources of power and influence and how they are perceived by project managers and teams. Effectiveness of various leadership styles. Recommendations for effective team leadership.
The AMA Handbook of Project Management, Chapter 21
Definitions of strategy: a review of the literature. Competitive advantage and project management. The VRIO Framework to assess management tools: is project management Valuable, Rare, Inimitable, supported by Organizational structure? Analysis of PM…
The AMA Handbook of Project Management, Chapter 31
Definition of Six Sigma. Background on the quality movement and development of Six Sigma process. How Six Sigma works with PM in the PMO, when using a maturity model, and in PM training.
The AMA Handbook of Project Management, Chapter 22
EPM and project management maturity. Elements of an EPM system. Functionality of EPM systems described. Deployment tips.
The AMA Handbook of Project Management, Chapter 15A
The phases of project contracting described. Tips for designing and managing contracts so as to avoid management failures and claims. List of action items for identifying errors of omission or weaknesses in the contract.
The AMA Handbook of Project Management, Chapter 30
Communities of practice: a space for collaboration. What makes a CoP effective? First and second-generation Knowledge Management areas of focus. How KM is used to improve group performance. Practical uses of CoPs for project KM and knowledge…
The AMA Handbook of Project Management, Chapter 26
Definition of multiple project management (MPM); high-level comparison of MPM and PPM. Cultural, political and organizational elements affecting MPM. Roles and responsibilities in a multiple project environment. Resource allocation considerations.…
The AMA Handbook of Project Management, Chapter 35
Comparing and contrasting project and product. How product development projects begin. Discussion of requirements management. Project approaches: buy or build? Iterative or Waterfall? Stages and progress in a PD project. Customer involvement.…
The AMA Handbook of Project Management, Chapter 25
An organizational change model: components of an organizational change effort. An organizational example / case study. Bureaucratic culture vs. PM culture. Four steps to developing a new PM culture: define desired behaviors, teach new behaviors,…
The AMA Handbook of Project Management, Chapter 9
Practical description / discussion of the inputs to Time Management: how to define and sequence activities, estimate resources, estimate activity durations, develop a schedule, and control schedule variance. Example schedule.
The AMA Handbook of Project Management, Chapter 20
Research on the alignment of strategy and projects described. Proposed ôStrategy & Projectsö governance framework described. The key seven process areas: strategy management, project portfolio management, Program/project management, organizational…
The AMA Handbook of Project Management, Chapter 34
Good practice in building PM capability: the construction and engineering (C&E) example. A model of PM capability development. How C&E promotes PM capability through organizational structure, role design, and HR management. Case study of a…
The AMA Handbook of Project Management, Chapter 12A
Definition of teamwork; benefits and pitfalls of teaming. The five classic teambuilding stages. Ten rules for teambuilding. Planning for and implementing teamwork. Team memberÆs questionnaire for identifying issues. Dealing with interpersonal…
The AMA Handbook of Project Management, Chapter 23
What is PPM? Three roles: Governance, Management, and PPM. The PPM process. Choosing the right project mix. Ensuring correct project scope. Executing: project flow. Eight mandatory steps for effective PPM. Monitoring project execution. Best…
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