Project Planning and Project Success
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Project planning is generally accepted as an important contributor to project success. However, is there research that affirms the positive impact of project planning and gives guidance on how much effort should be spent on planning? To answer these questions, this book looks at current literature and new research of this under-studied area of project management. The author presents his findings from an extensive review of project planning literature that covers more than 270 sources. He also discusses new research that analyzes data from more than 1,300 global projects. The book confirms that the time spent on planning activities reduces risk and significantly increases the chances of project success. It also concludes that there can be too much planning and shows that the optimum ratio of planning to effort is 25%. The book examines the impact of project planning on different industries. It discusses research in the construction and information technology (IT) industries, and presents a case study of how to plan and track a software development project. The book also looks at the impact of geography on project planning and success. Intended as a basic tool in the library of any project manager or general manager, this book brings to light project planning techniques and information that have never been published previously. It is an important resource on how to plan projects properly and propel your career forward.Introduction Spectacular Project Failures Mars Climate Orbiter FoxMeyer Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) program Canada's Long-Gun Registration System Homeland Security's Virtual Fence Proper Planning Academic History of Planning The Study of Project Planning History of the Study of Planning in General Management Project Planning in Academic Literature Modern Views on Planning Analysis Project Planning Practice Reasons Not to Plan Value in Planning? Errors in Planning Planning and Business Success Planning and Avoiding Failure Planning and Delays Project Success and Planning: What Are They? The Triple Constraint Project Time Frames Broader Success Efficiency and Success Efficiency versus Success Project Efficiency versus Project Success Practical Applications Planning Variation by Industry Approaches in Different Industries Geography and Industry and Success New Research Industry Geography Planning in the Construction Industry Research in construction PDRI Planning in Information Technology Research in IT Critical Success Factors Empirical IT Research How Much to Plan Practical Planning Impacts on Success: A Software Development Case Study Estimating Faults Replanning Mishaps Solutions Estimate Right the First Time! Tracking Changes Planning and Success in General Project Management Impact of Planning from a Conceptual Standpoint Critical Success Factors Planning Tools' Effect on Project Success Planning Phase Component Completeness/Quality and Project Success Planning Phase Completeness and Project Success Planning Phase Effort and Project Success Conclusion Consensus on Planning and Success Literature Summary Empirical Results Planning Deliverable Quality and Success Original Research Quality of Planning and Success Planning and Efficiency How Much to Plan How Much to Plan in IT Other Industries Conclusion Planning Phase Effort and Success Planning Effort versus Success Nonlinear Relationships Impact of Moderators The Final Model What Is the Optimum Planning Phase Time? Optimal Planning Effort Maximums for Subsets Further Analysis Conclusion Planning Budgets and Success New Research on Planning Budgets Optimal Planning Budgets Planning and Agile/Iterative Methods Agile Up-Front Planning in Agile/Iterative Planning in Agile Agile versus Traditional Agile Methods and Success Overview of Agile Methodology and Success Rates Agile Usage around the World Agile Usage by Industry Agile Usage Analyzed Using Moderators Conclusion Planning's Importance to Manager Success Manager Planning Time Planning Strategies of Successful Managers Conclusion New Research: Planning and Manager's Success Personal Planning Habits Planning and Job Function Additional Analysis Manager's Project Planning Time Experience and Project Success Conclusion Conclusions Abbreviations Checklists Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D References Index


Szczegóły: Project Planning and Project Success - Pedro Serrador

Tytuł: Project Planning and Project Success
Autor: Pedro Serrador
Producent: Apple
ISBN: 9781482205527
Rok produkcji: 2014
Ilość stron: 228
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.48 kg


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Project Planning and Project Success

  • Producent: Apple
  • Oprawa: Twarda

Project planning is generally accepted as an important contributor to project success. However, is there research that affirms the positive impact of project planning and gives guidance on how much effort should be spent on planning? To answer these questions, this book looks at current literature and new research of this under-studied area of project management. The author presents his findings from an extensive review of project planning literature that covers more than 270 sources. He also discusses new research that analyzes data from more than 1,300 global projects. The book confirms that the time spent on planning activities reduces risk and significantly increases the chances of project success. It also concludes that there can be too much planning and shows that the optimum ratio of planning to effort is 25%. The book examines the impact of project planning on different industries. It discusses research in the construction and information technology (IT) industries, and presents a case study of how to plan and track a software development project. The book also looks at the impact of geography on project planning and success. Intended as a basic tool in the library of any project manager or general manager, this book brings to light project planning techniques and information that have never been published previously. It is an important resource on how to plan projects properly and propel your career forward.Introduction Spectacular Project Failures Mars Climate Orbiter FoxMeyer Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) program Canada's Long-Gun Registration System Homeland Security's Virtual Fence Proper Planning Academic History of Planning The Study of Project Planning History of the Study of Planning in General Management Project Planning in Academic Literature Modern Views on Planning Analysis Project Planning Practice Reasons Not to Plan Value in Planning? Errors in Planning Planning and Business Success Planning and Avoiding Failure Planning and Delays Project Success and Planning: What Are They? The Triple Constraint Project Time Frames Broader Success Efficiency and Success Efficiency versus Success Project Efficiency versus Project Success Practical Applications Planning Variation by Industry Approaches in Different Industries Geography and Industry and Success New Research Industry Geography Planning in the Construction Industry Research in construction PDRI Planning in Information Technology Research in IT Critical Success Factors Empirical IT Research How Much to Plan Practical Planning Impacts on Success: A Software Development Case Study Estimating Faults Replanning Mishaps Solutions Estimate Right the First Time! Tracking Changes Planning and Success in General Project Management Impact of Planning from a Conceptual Standpoint Critical Success Factors Planning Tools' Effect on Project Success Planning Phase Component Completeness/Quality and Project Success Planning Phase Completeness and Project Success Planning Phase Effort and Project Success Conclusion Consensus on Planning and Success Literature Summary Empirical Results Planning Deliverable Quality and Success Original Research Quality of Planning and Success Planning and Efficiency How Much to Plan How Much to Plan in IT Other Industries Conclusion Planning Phase Effort and Success Planning Effort versus Success Nonlinear Relationships Impact of Moderators The Final Model What Is the Optimum Planning Phase Time? Optimal Planning Effort Maximums for Subsets Further Analysis Conclusion Planning Budgets and Success New Research on Planning Budgets Optimal Planning Budgets Planning and Agile/Iterative Methods Agile Up-Front Planning in Agile/Iterative Planning in Agile Agile versus Traditional Agile Methods and Success Overview of Agile Methodology and Success Rates Agile Usage around the World Agile Usage by Industry Agile Usage Analyzed Using Moderators Conclusion Planning's Importance to Manager Success Manager Planning Time Planning Strategies of Successful Managers Conclusion New Research: Planning and Manager's Success Personal Planning Habits Planning and Job Function Additional Analysis Manager's Project Planning Time Experience and Project Success Conclusion Conclusions Abbreviations Checklists Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D References Index

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Szczegóły: Project Planning and Project Success - Pedro Serrador

Tytuł: Project Planning and Project Success
Autor: Pedro Serrador
Producent: Apple
ISBN: 9781482205527
Rok produkcji: 2014
Ilość stron: 228
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.48 kg


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