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This text introduces time-tested manual techniques and progressive automated techniques, all consistent with the latest PMBOK Guide and integrated with Microsoft Project About the Author: Timothy J. Kloppenborg is the founding editor of the Portfolio and Project Management book collection for Business Expert Press, where he has edited 17 books.
He is a retired U. Air Force Reserve officer. Kloppenborg has worked with more than volunteer organizations. Kloppenborg has developed corporate training and undergraduate, MBA, and Executive MBA classes in project management, leadership, teamwork, and quality improvement. He also teaches PMP Prep classes. Review: "The textbook serves my course very well. It focuses more on applied project management instead of IT projects. I really like the book, which is why I have continued using it.
I like that it is succinct, laid out intelligently, and includes good examples. I even appreciate the typeface and page organization--it is much easier on the eyes than other texts which are much too densely packed.
Contemporary Project Management
Details As a student, completing homework assignments can be challenging. Sometimes you forget the material that you previously learned in class. Other times, the subject matter is very complex and leaves you feeling confused. On the other hand, maybe you have a very busy schedule and frequently miss the deadline to hand in your homework.
Contemporary Project Management (with Microsoft Project CD-ROM and Printed Access Card)
Complete the following scoring model. Show all your work. Tell which project you would pick first, second, third, and last. How confident are you with each choice? If you lack confidence regarding any of your choices, what would you prefer to do about it? I would select Project A first. I am quite confident about that selection since Project A scored considerably higher than all others.
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