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Boost your performance with improved project management tactics Project Management ToolBox: Tools and Techniques for the Practicing Project Manager, Second Edition offers a succinct explanation of when, where, and how to use project management resources to enhance your work. With updated content th
PR○JECT MANAGEMENT T○○LB○ Second editⅰon Russ martinelli Dragan Z Milosevic WILEY Cover image: Wiley Cover design: abstract background O yewkeo/iStockphoto This book is printed on acid-free paper Copyright@ 2016 by Russ J. Martinelli and Dragan Z milosevic Published by John Wiley Sons, InC, Hoboken, New Jersey Published simultaneously in Canada No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, scanning, or otherwise, except as permitted under Section 107 or 108 of the 1976 United States Copyright Act, without either the prior written permission of the Publisher, or authorization through payment of the appropriate per-copy fee to the Copyright Clearance Center, 222 Rosewood Drive, Danvers, MA01923, (978)750-8400, fax(978) 646-8600,oronthewebatwww.copyright.comRequeststothePublisherforpermissionshouldbe addressed to the permissions department, John Wiley Sons, Inc, 111 River Street, Hoboken, NJ07030 (201)748-6011,fax(201)748-6008,oronlineatwww.wiley.com/go/permissions Limit of Liability / Disclaimer of Warranty: While the publisher and author have used their best efforts in preparing this book, they make no representations or warranties with the respect to the accuracy or completeness of the contents of this book and specifically disclaim any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. 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If this book refers to media such as a Cd or dvd that is not included in the version youpurchasedyoumaydownloadthismaterialathttp://booksupport.wileycomFormore informationaboutWileyproductsvisitwww.wiley.com Library of Congress Cataloging- in -Publication Data SBN978-1-11897312-7( hard back,978-1-11897321-9(ePDF,978-1-11897320-2(ePUB) and978-1-119174820( oBook) CONTENTS Preface Acknowledgments XVII PART THE PM TOOLBOX INTRODUCTION TO THE PM TOOLBOX Enabling business and project Strategy 5 Project management Methodologies and processes 7 Constructing and Adapting a PM Toolbox Secure Strategic Alignment 10 Customize the pm toolbox 12 Continuously Improve the PM toolbox 20 References 21 PART I: PROJECT INITIATION TOOLS 23 PROJECT SELECTION 25 The Benefits Map 25 Enabling benefits management 26 Developing a Benefits Map 28 Using a Benefits Map 29 Variations 30 Benefits 31 Economic methods 31 Payback Time 31 Net present∨a/e31 Internal rate of return 33 Using Economic Methods 33 Benefits of economic Methods 34 IV CONTENTS Scoring models 34 Developing a scoring Mode/ 34 Using a Scoring Model 39 Benefits 40 Voting models 40 Developing a Voting Model 4 Using the voting Model 42 Benefits 45 Pairwise Ranking 46 Developing a Pairwise Ranking Too/ 47 Using the pairwise ranking matrix 48 Benefits 49 The alignment Matrix 49 Developing the Alignment Matrix 50 Variations 51 Benefits 52 References 52 PROJECT INITIATION 55 Checklist Questions for project Initiation 55 Developing Checklist Questions for Project Initiation 56 Using the Checklist Questions 57 The goals grid 57 Developing a goals Grid 58 Using the goals grid 59 Benefits 60 Responsibility matriX 60 Developing a responsibility Matrix 61 Using the Responsibility Matrix 63 Benefits 64 Complexity Assessment 64 Developing the Complexity Assessment 65 Using the Complexity Assessment 67 Benefits 67 CONTENTS V The project Business Case 68 Developing the project Business Case 68 Using the project Business Case 70 Benefits 71 The project Charter 71 Developing a Project Charter 71 Using a project Charter 76 Variations 77 Benefits 77 References 78 PART II: PROJECT PLANNING TOOLS 81 PROJECT REQUIREMENTS 83 The elicitation plan 84 Developing an Elicitation Plan 86 Using the Elicitation Plan 89 Benefits 90 Requirements specification 91 Specifying a Requirement Using Planguage 91 Using the Requirements Specification 93 Benefits 96 The product Requirements Document 96 Developing a product Requirements Document 97 Using the PRD 10 Benefits 102 Requirements Ambiguity Checklist 102 Using the Requirements Ambiguity Checklist 104 Benefits 106 Requirements Baseline 1 Establishing a Requirements Baseline 107 Establish a requirements Change Board 107 Benefits 108 References 109 VI CONTENTS SCOPE PLANNING Project SWOT Analysis 111 Performing a Project SWOT Analysis 112 Using a Project Swot analysis 116 Benefits 117 The Scope Statement 118 Developing a Scope Statement 118 Using a scope statement 124 Variations 124 Benefits 125 The work breakdown structure 126 Constructing a Project WBS: A Top-Down Approach 128 Establish the wbs level of detail 130 Constructing a Project WBS: A Bottom-Up Approach 134 Using the wbs 135 Benefits 136 The product breakdown structure 137 Constructing a Product Breakdown Structure 137 Using the pbs 141 Benefits 141 References 142 6 SCHEDULE DEVELOPMENT 145 The gantt chart 146 Developing a Gantt Chart 146 Using the gantt Chart 149 Benefits 149 The milestone chart 150 Developing a Milestone Chart 151 sing the Milestone Chart 153 Benefits 154 CONTENTS VIL The Critical Path Method Diagram 154 Constructing a CPM Diagram 155 Using the CPM Diagram 160 Benefits 161 Variations 161 The Time-Scaled Arrow Diagram 162 Developing a TAD 162 Using a TAD 167 Benefits 168 The critical chain schedule 168 Developing a Critical Chain Schedule 169 Using the Critical Chain Schedule 172 Benefits 173 The hierarchical schedule 173 Constructing a Hierarchical Schedule 174 Using a Hierarchical Schedule 176 Benefits 177 Line of balance 177 Developing a Line-of-Balance Schedule 178 Using the LOB 180 Benefits 181 Choosing Your Scheduling Tools 181 References 183 I COST PLANNING 185 The Cost-Planning Map 185 Developing a Cost-Planning Map 186 Using the Cost-Planning Map 191 Benefits 191 Analogous Estimate 191 Developing an Analogous Estimate 192 Using an analogous Estimate 193 Benefts 193 VILL CONTENTS Parametric estimate 194 Developing parametric Estimates 194 Using Parametric Estimates 198 Benefits 198 Bottom-up Estimate 199 Developing bottom-Up estimates 200 Using Bottom-Up Estimates 202 Benefits 202 The cost baseline 203 Developing a Cost baseline 203 Using the Cost Baseline 207 Benefits 208 Choosing a Cost-Planning Tool 211 References 211 PART IV: PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION TOOLS 213 8 SCOPE MANAGEMENT 215 Project scope Control System 217 Establishing a Project Scope Control ystem 217 Using the project Scope Control System 220 Benefits 223 Project Change Request 223 Developing a project change reguest 224 Using the project change request 228 Benefits 229 The project Change Log 229 Developing a Project Change Log 230 Using the Project Change Log 232 Benefits 233 The Scope Control Decision Checklist 233 Developing a scope control decision Checklist 233

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xingx 内容还可以吧
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albert626 只是ToolBox介绍。。。。
2016-10-22
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