Jack T. Marchewka. Northern 7 CHAPTER 4 The Human Side of Project Management 74 An Information Technology Project Methodology (ITPM) 25 Although there is no generally accepted version of the SDLC, the life cycle The third phase of the IT project methodology focuses on execution and control-car-. Jack T. Marchewka. · Rating details · 47 ratings · 2 reviews. The Third Edition of Jack Marchewka’s “Information Technology Project Management” focuses. Information Technology Project Management (Third Edition): Jack T. Marchewka zoom_in. Stock Image. Quantity Jack T. Marchewka. Published by Wiley India.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Nov 26, Abhilash Ruhela rated it really liked it. Well, it’s not every time that I read the whole book that’s in my managemwnt of MCA course but this time I almost did it with one of my subject named “Software Project Management”.
People find it tough because of it being a theoretical concept.
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I find such subjects little easy because I love reading and I get a lot to read in such subjects. I don’t like subjects which forces me to mug up something just because it can’t be talked of in any other way. We were asked to refer Jack T. After reading the book, I am quite confident that I’ll clear the examination by writing something. That’s the specialty of his writing and explaining things. He received his Ph.
Prior to entering academia, Dr. Marchewka has taught a number t.marrchewka courses at both the undergraduate and graduate levels and has been a guest lecturer at the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University in the Netherlands.
His current research interest include IT project management, electronic commerce, knowledge management, and organizational security and business continuity.
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The focus is on addressing the issues that arise with software projects in industry- the costs, complexities and risks associated with IT projects, even as IT becomes more reliable, faster and less expensive.
These risks are alleviated by effective use of project management techniques, and this book addresses those issues and the techniques used to solve them.
The first chapter which introduces us to software and its development isn’t written in an easy language the way other chapters of the book is written. Business Case is beautifully explained in the 2nd chapter. Coming to the third chapter based on Project Charter, you would again get depressed as even that’s not explained as nicely as I expected. Chapter 6th and 7th are another disappointment.
Chapter 8 explains Risk Management and its processes in the best way that was possible. Chapter 10th could have been hard to explain the quality management and six sigmas kind of thing but author has managed it very well. Even that’s not wonderfully done. Chapter 12th rocked because of Outsourcing.
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I enjoyed reading this part the most. I gave presentation on this topic in my class too. Leadership and ethics is wonderfully explained in Chapter 13th- Leadership and Ethics. Chapter 14th, the last chapter of the book, explains Project Implementation and Administrative closure, the last phase of the Software Project Development.
And with it, a wonderful book that explains almost all the important topics in a very easy language with labelled diagrams ends on a good note. For my classmates, I have also made notes of this book.
Now you can estimate well how much in love I am with this book. Jack Marchewka, you rock. I give this book 4. Nov 30, E rated it really liked it. Marchewka gives clear explanations of sound project-management principles. Of course, you can read the book on your own and get a great deal from it, even without classroom discussion of its case studies and review questions.
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