A collection of resources to help you manage projects more effectively.
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- Books and articles from the library
Making the business case: Proposals that succeed for projects that work
Gambles, Ian (Ashgate Publishing, 2009)
This book is a hands-on guide to producing a business case. It is written for anyone, novice or expert, who needs to produce a business case, whether for a defined project or a broader programme. Making the Business Case shows you how to make sense of the task at hand, develop a strategy, articulate your options, define the benefits, establish the costs, identify the risks and make a compelling case. Illustrated throughout with practical examples drawn from real cases
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Jumping into project management
Five powerful tips for new project managers faced with fresh teams and uncertain authority. The article gives advice on reaching your goals and getting the most out of your staff without arousing their resentment.
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Making the business case: proposals that succeed for projects that work
A practical guide to writing a business case. It is written for anyone, novice or expert, who needs to produce a business case, whether for a defined project or a broader programme.
Manage projects successfully: how to make things happen on time and on budget
A practical guide to project management.
Planning and Control Using Microsoft Project 2013 and 2016
Introduces a method for planning and controlling projects using Microsoft Office Project.
Project disasters and how to survive them
A guide to project risk management.
Project management life cycle: a complete step-by-step methodology for intitiating, planning, executing and closing a project successfully, The
A practical guide for project managers.
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Jumping into project management
Five powerful tips for new project managers faced with fresh teams and uncertain authority.
Digital manufacturing and the CFO
How CFOs within manufacturing organisations can help their companies shift to digital manufacturing.
Taking it in stride
Advice for project managers on processing negative feedback and identifying useful criticism.
The complexity equation
When a project is faced with the unforeseeable, the unexpected and the complicated, do you as its manager have to do anything differently?
Anchoring projects to strategy
Discusses the important role played by strategy in the successful execution of a project.
6 rookie mistakes
Six common errors new project managers often make – and how to fix them.
The case for stealth innovation
How to successfully manage an innovative project idea.
Adding a financial project controller to your team might just be the key to a well-managed large project.
Cost leadership for the current challenge
A discussion of how companies can become cost leaders amid challenging economic conditions.
Project management standard and qualification developed by the UK government. Site includes glossary of terms, PRINCE2 templates and details of qualifications and training organisations.
Selection of project management resources including a large number of articles, case studies and templates arranged in a useful Resource Index to Project Management Know-How.
Online community for project managers including templates for different stages of projects and information on agile.
Project management (GreyCampus)
Blog from training provider GreyCampus providing a wide range of articles on project management. Topics include key trends, project management tools, choosing the right template, project management roles and responsibilities and common project management mistakes.
Association for Project Management (APM)
UK professional body aiming to develop and promote project management. Site offers a useful glossary of project management terms.
Best Practice User Group (BPUG)
Official user group for the Cabinet Office's best practice methods, providing a forum to share knowledge and exchange ideas on PRINCE2 and other standards.
International Project Management Association
Federation of project management member associations from around the world.
Project Management Institute (PMI)
Association for the project management profession with members worldwide. Non-members can access a selection of resources including news, a case study library and Voices on Project Management blog.
PMI offer several levels of certification, of which the highest is Project Management Professional (PMP). You can find practice questions and other study resources for PMP at GreyCampus.com.
Journals and magazines
Project Manager Today
Online version of the journal Project Manager Today containing latest news and events. Subscribers can view full articles and reviews, with free guest access available for 90 days.
Articles and books in the Library collection
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