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THOMAS G. LECHLER, PhD AND
JOHN C. BYRNE, PhD
The Mindset For Creating Project
the attitude of
the project manager and the decision-
making process, the authors say.
Readers will learn how to emphasize
and encourage entrepreneurial behav-
iors of project managers in a way
that influences project performance
beyond the simple application of
tools and techniques. Also addressed
are the limiting effects of the triple
constraints paradigm and the role of
uncertainty in projects.
Project Management Institute, 2010,
ISBN: 9781935589198, paperback, 90 pp.,
$23.95 Member, $29.95 Nonmember.
PARVIZ F. RAD, PhD, PMP, AND
VITTAL S. ANANTATMULA, PMP
Successful Project Management
A sophisticated project management strategy has a positive impact
on the organizational bottom line.
This book describes the attributes,
mature project management procedures, because the formalization
of project management processes is
far more important in virtual teams
than it is for traditional teams.
Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2010,
ISBN: 9781849507608, hardcover, 182 pp.,
$95.90 Member, $100.95 Nonmember.
KIM H. PRIES AND JON M. QUIGLEY, PMP
Scrum Project Management
This book introduces scrum basics
and explains how to apply that adap-
tive technique to effectively manage a
wide range of programs and complex
projects. It provides proven planning
methods for controlling project scope
and ensuring projects stay on schedule,
including scrum tracking methods
to help teams focus on improving
throughput and streamlining com-
munications. The authors demonstrate
how to combine traditional project
management methods with scrum and
Taylor and Francis, 2010,
ISBN: 9781439825150, hardcover, 198 pp.,
$47.45 Member, $49.95 Nonmember.
PROJECT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE
Multilingual Project Management Terminology
Project Management Institute, 2010, ISBN: 9781935589235, spiral-bound, 423 pp., $19.95 Member, $24.95 Nonmember.
The steady growth of the global project management community increases the need for cross-continent communication. This book addresses this need with a collection of 11 terminology
listings that translate the main terms used to apply the knowledge and practices from A Guide
to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide)—Fourth Edition. This multilingual version presents the English terminology alphabetically, with translations into 10 languages
included below each term. An index, organized alphabetically by language, lists each term, followed by its English translation.