Using the Project Management Maturity Model

Using the Project Management Maturity Model

Strategic Planning for Project Management

Book - 2005 | 2nd ed.
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Updated for today′s businesses-a proven model FOR assessment and ongoing improvement

Using the Project Management Maturity Model , Second Edition is the updated edition of Harold Kerzner′s renowned book covering his Project Management Maturity Model (PMMM). In this hands-on book, Kerzner offers a unique, industry-validated tool for helping companies of all sizes assess and improve their progress in integrating project management into every part of their organizations.

Conveniently organized into two sections, this Second Edition begins with an examination of strategic planning principles and the ways they relate to project management. In the second section, PMMM is introduced with in-depth coverage of the five different levels of development for achieving maturity. Easily adaptable benchmarking instruments for measuring an organization′s progress along the maturity curve make this a practical guide for any type of company.

Complete with an associated Web site packed with both teaching and learning tools, Using the Project Management Maturity Model , Second Edition helps managers, engineers, project team members, business consultants, and others build a powerful foundation for company improvement and excellence.

Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. : John Wiley & Sons, c2005.
Edition: 2nd ed.
ISBN: 9780471691617
Branch Call Number: 658.404 K41u
Characteristics: xviii, 334 p. : ill.
Additional Contributors: Kerzner, Harold


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