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  • Paperback: 704 pages
  • Publisher: Course Technology; 6 edition (July 22 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1111221758
  • ISBN-13: 978-1111221751
  • Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 18.9 x 2.6 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 998 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #91,397 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Perfect as a companion for the PMBOK guide. Even though it is rated for IT projects, anyone can understand it as it is not written for "techies".
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This book is being used in my University Project Management course. It's an excellent supplement to the course material. Very informative and good use of applicable examples.
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By Michelle Cooper on Oct. 17 2011
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A very well outlined and thoroughly filled in book that I'm using as a text for a IT PM course.
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By Waleed Butt on March 18 2011
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This books go through the essential things that require for business analyst and can help you under stand the various aspect of project management. Simple language and easy to read and the structure is really good
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Painful to Read Oct. 17 2013
By zymmetrix - Published on Amazon.com
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I went back to school for another degree, and this book was required for a project management course. Although it does contain some good information, I found it agonizing to read. Most of it is common sense, and they repeat the same concepts over and over. As far as actual material, you could have cut the book down to 1/3 of its total length without sacrificing content. This may be due to my background in this field, but I found it very painful and repetitive.
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Best Project Management book; I passed CAPM Nov. 3 2011
By --d.w. - Published on Amazon.com
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Ten years ago, I used Kathy Schwalbe's Information Technology Project Management, 2e to teach a college special topics course. It provided great coverage of the five process groups and nine knowledge areas of project management (as described in the PMBOK Guide).

Recently, I read Information Technology Project Management, 6e to prepare for renewing my CAPM certification. I was absolutely delighted to find the case studies, chapter endnotes, and other references to be up to date with current technology (this is not easy!). The accompanying web site has most of the information that was removed from intermediate editions and it has lots of new, interesting information for extra exploration. Even the best students will not exhaust this.

Today, I passed the CAPM with flying colors and with an hour to spare largely due to Schwalbe's excellent book.

If anything, Schalwbe is comprehensive. Her government experience, her consulting experience, and her teaching experience make this book what it is -- a practical presentation of project management [In the Acknowledgments she writes, "I have a passion for educating future leaders of the world ..." Do most teachers want to be evaluated on their student's performance? ] Both students and practitioners will benefit from it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Well worded fluff May 9 2013
By Mooneierah - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is obviously written by someone tenured. It's written as if she is looking for a pat on the back from her peers. "Way to go, that is exactly the way I would write this book." Basically, if you already know all there is to Project Management, and everything there is to know about using Microsoft Project, Then maybe you will get this book. Otherwise, depending on the class or certification you need this book for, you almost need another to explain how to use the materials required by this book. And the appendix is practically worthless. I learned everything about using Project from Google. I learned most of what this book tried to convey by reading other articles and books dealing with the same subject matter. And those were only a fraction of the length and were written so a STUDENT could grasp it easily. The book is not written for students...and in my opinion should not be required reading by any academic facility that did not have other subsequent material accompanying it, or has prerequisite covering the things one would need to know in order to use this text efficiently.
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Terrible Book for a Class April 27 2014
By Larry Caudell - Published on Amazon.com
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I had to use this book for a class and it is terrible. The information in each chapter is abundant yet barely covers any section. The writing is extremely boring and difficult to read. And this is after I've already completed three other classes in Project Management. The author throws in some basic Microsoft Project introduction stuff. The projects in this book are huge and there is no instruction on how to do them. They talk about the theory of something, and then the project just says do it. No step by step, no building block steps, nothing.
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save money, use common sense April 9 2013
By wmonighe - Published on Amazon.com
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This book was about 80% common sense, 10% fluff, and 10% helpful information. Lots of information is presented in list format ("Here are the six main processes...") as if that is supposed to make the material easier to remember, but instead it just makes it duller to read. This would have been a decent 100 page book, but it was just too repetitive and took too many roundabout ways to make a point that anyone who has ever worked in an office environment probably considers common sense anyway.

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