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  • Practice Standard for Scheduling—Third Edition provides the latest thinking regarding good and accepted practices in the area of scheduling for a project. This updated practice standard expounds on the information contained in Section 6 on Project Schedule Management of the PMBOK® Guide. In this new edition, you will learn to identify the elements of a good schedule model, its purpose, use, and benefits. You will also discover what is required to produce and maintain a good schedule model.

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  • Authors: Project Management Institute. (2019)

  • Earned value management (EVM) is considered by many to be one of the most effective performance measurement and feedback tools for managing projects. A central theme in this standard is the recognition that the definition for value in EVM has expanded. This book also integrates hybrid methodologies that blend together historical EVM concepts with the needs of the agile practitioner, all with an eye towards aiding the project team in enhancing overall project delivery. It provides insight and detailed explanations of the basic elements and processes of EVM, and demonstrates how to scale EVM to fit varying project sizes and situations. It also includes graphical examples and detailed explanations that will enable the reader to establish and implement EVM on projects in almost any envi...

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  • Authors: Hamid Doost Mohammadian (2019)

  • The book shows the most effective way of balancing the fundamental pillars, assisting the modern day manager by handling a dynamic, constantly adjusting workplace, which easily adapts to all challenges and changes. International Project Management will bridge the gap of knowledge and highlight the modern and effective findings related to international project management, value engineering, and multinational cooperation. The author teaches about specifics of international project management and he defines what exactly a project should contain, sharing personal examples as well as models that include all the required steps to reach the set goals. Readers will be able to immediately implement these skills into work, find the motivation to move forward, and have confidence easily mana...

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  • Authors: Project Management Institute (2019)

  • The Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) serves as a guide for defining work as it relates to a specific project’s objectives. This book supplies project managers and team members with direction for the preliminary development and the implementation of the WBS. Consistent with A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)