Managing Complex Projects
A New Model
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|Format: ||Paperback, 300 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 27 November 2008|
Businesses today can struggle to adjust to the unprecedented level of change that is taking place as a result of the growing role of technology, the Internet, and the global marketplace. For organizations to survive and thrive in the global economy, we must find ways to dramatically improve the performance of large-scale projects. Managing Complex Projects: A New Model offers an innovative way of looking at projects, treating them as complex adaptive systems that are themselves part of even larger complex systems-the organization and the global economy. By applying the principles of complexity thinking, project managers and leadership teams will learn to successfully manage significant, large-scale initiatives. This book explains step-by-step how to use the Project Complexity Model to determine the approach needed to manage all aspects of a project based on the level of complexity involved.
An innovative way of looking at projects as complex adaptive systems, Managing Complex Projects explains how to use the Project Complexity Model to determine the approach needed to manage all aspects of a project based on the level of complexity involved.
About the Author
Kathleen (Kitty) B. Hass, PMP, is the Senior Practice Consultant for Project Management and Business Analysis for Management Concepts. In more than 25 years of experience in project management and business analysis, she has managed large, complex projects in the airline, telecommunications, retail, and manufacturing industries as well as in the federal government. Her expertise includes leading technology and software-intensive projects, building and leading strategic project teams, and conducting program management for large, complex engagements. Kitty serves as Director at Large for the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA) and contributed significantly to the IIBA Business Analysis Body of Knowledge (BABOK).
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