The Project Management Tool Kit:
100 Tips and Techniques for Getting the Job Done Right, Third Edition

Tom Kendrick. 2013. Amacom.

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From Activity Definition to Virtual Teams, The Project Management Tool Kit puts the best project management techniques at your fingertips. You'll find 100 short, easy-to-apply summaries of proven practices that will help you achieve consistenly better project results. If you are a new project leader, the process steps can be your roadmap to lead you calmly and effectively through unfamiliar situations. If you are an experienced manager, the process summaries offer a convenient checklist to help you ensure that nothing essential is omitted, especially when your project is particularly complex or requires something out of the ordinary.

Among the types of processes presented are:

General (Sponsorship, Project office, Baseline setting, etc.)
Leadership (Delegating, Motivating, Coaching and mentoring, etc. )
Teamwork (Decision making, Conflict resolution, Consensus builiding, etc.)
Control (Negotiating project change, Cause-and-effect analysis, etc.)
Scope (Planning, User needs assessment, Change control, etc.)
Time (Activity definition, Scheduling, Constraint management, etc.)
Cost (Resource planning, Estimating, Budgeting, etc.)
Quality (Planning, Control, Process improvement, etc.)
Human Resources (Required skills analysis, Staff acquisition, Resource leveling, etc.)
Communication (Information distribution, Status collection, Presentations, etc.)
Risk (Risk management planning, Qualitative and quantitative risk analysis, etc.)
Procurement (Solicitation, Source selection, Contract administration, etc.)

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