From the Back Cover
Limp Blurb - Cadle & Yeates - Project Management for Information Systems 3E
The design and implementation of computer-based information systems is not a smooth process and, of the factors involved, none is more critical than the actual management of the process.
The third edition of Project Management for Information Systems contains the most current theory, practice and advice on the role of the project leader in managing the team, the individual and the task. Armed with these tools the reader will be able to plan every aspect of an IS project and ensure that it is implemented on time, within budget and to quality standards.
Practising project managers, systems analysts and students alike will benefit from practical advice, new ideas and case-based evidence of best and worst practice which will enhance their ability to implement project management theory. The integration of a variety of project management methodologies means that the reader will be able to apply the right method to the right situation.
Project Management for Information Systems 3rd Edition contains much new and updated information. A brand new case study based on real world projects runs throughout the book which clearly illustrates the concepts introduced.
Key topics covered include-
· managing and implementing change
· project planning, estimating and control
· leadership and the management of teams
· selling the project and managing the client
· risk and value management
James Cadle is a director of Assist Knowledge Development and an independent consultant in IT analysis and project management and Donald Yeates is an independent consultant and an Associate Client Director at Henley Management College.
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About the Author
Don Yeates Group Director, Training at the Sema Group James Cadle An independent consultant in IT analysis and project management