Project Management for Small Projects - Sandra F. Rowe (Paperback)

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25 Aug 2020
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Sandra F. Rowe
Sandra R. Rowe
Berrett-Koehler Pub
3rd Revised edition
Number of Pages
229 x 152mm (229g)


"Project Management for Small Projects shows you how to tailor bureaucratic planning processes to a sleek minimum while still keeping your project running like a well-oiled machine"--


Project Management for Small Projects shows you how to tailor bureaucratic planning processes to a sleek minimum while still keeping your project running like a well-oiled machine.

Managing projects requires time, effort, and discipline, regardless of the project size. The difference between managing larger and smaller projects is not only the amount of time, effort, and discipline but also the processes and tools. For years, this book has helped managers of small projects design scalable processes and simplified tools for immediate use in managing small projects. And since most small projects tend to be similar in structure or outcome, a template for one project can be used for future projects.

This third edition has been updated to align with the Project Management Institute's Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOKĀ®) and provides new tools, templates, and techniques to support the revised processes. In addition, there is new material on agile project management and on the essential leadership skills for small-project managers.

(PMBOKĀ® is a trademark of the Project Management Institute Inc., which is registered in the United States and other nations.)


General Subject
BISAC Subject 1
Business & Economics / Project Management
BISAC Subject 2
Business & Economics / Leadership
BISAC Subject 3
Business & Economics / Project Management
BISAC Subject 4
Business & Economics / Project Management
BIC Classification 1
Business & management
Library Subject 1
Project management - Methodology
Dewey Classification

Author Bio

Sandra Rowe, PhD, PMP, MBA, MSCIS, has more than twenty-five years of project management experience. Her responsibilities have included leading information technology and process improvement projects; developing project management processes, tools, and techniques; and designing, developing, and delivering project management training programs. She has taught graduate-level project management courses and speaks regularly on project management processes, project management for small projects, the project office, knowledge sharing, and lessons learned.

Review Quotes

"Project Management for Small Projects is a tight compendium of the project management discipline, suitable for both novice and experienced project managers. The book serves as a reference handbook, covering the essentials with sufficient spice of a good tutorial. It's is a good addition to every project manager's bookshelf."
--William A. Moylan, PhD, PMP, FESD, DTM "An excellent compendium of tools, practices, and guidelines for most project managers. This in-depth and easily followed resource coaches the project manager in ways to create successful projects and a project management culture. Sandra Rowe has produced a tool that both the novice and experienced project professional will want to utilize regularly. Project Management for Small Projects has great graphics, modeling, and rich vocabulary, making it a must-have reference for any project manager who needs guidance toward project success. The book correlates well to the PMBOK(R) sixth edition and dutifully follows the best thinking in the discipline to date."
--Ernest L. Owens, Jr., EdD, MBA, ACPPM, CPPM, PMP, 6 Sigma Black Belt

"Most project managers work on small-to-medium-sized projects. This new edition of Project Management for Small Projects is essential for those wanting to further their skills and knowledge, as well as those working on megaprojects now challenged in scaling their practices down. In addition to aligning with the latest project management standards, the third edition introduces Agile and iterative projects, a must-have for project managers in the 21st century. The interspersed scenarios and illustrated templates are valuable in reinforcing the concepts. Be sure to add this book to your project management library!"
--Ray W. Frohnhoefer, Managing Partner, PPC Group, LLC, and author of Accidental Project Manager and Risk Assessment Framework