Tuesday, April 23, 2019

CompTIA Project+ Study Guide (2nd Edition)

File Size: 4.65 Mb

Have you ever wondered how the pyramids were built? Or the Eiffel Tower? How did someone have the organizational skills to put all those people together and create such magnificent structures? Coming forward to recent times—how is Microsoft capable of putting together literally millions of lines of code for its latest operating system? The answer to all of these is project management.

The CompTIA Project+ exam will test your knowledge of the concepts and processes involved in project management. There are several project management methodologies you can follow, each with their own processes and procedures, but at the foundation of each one are sound project management principles and techniques. CompTIA Project+ is vendor neutral. It acknowledges other methodologies such as those published by the Project Management Institute® and PRINCE2 but doesn’t follow them precisely.

In this edition of CompTIA Project+ Study Guide, you’ll find plenty of discussion of project management concepts such as defining the requirements, creating the project charter document, creating the scope document, planning the project, assessing and managing risk, and closing out the project. You’ll also find exam questions in categories such as team building and personnel management, quality management, status reporting, and more, and these are discussed as well.

About the Author
Assessment Test
Chapter 1: Initiating the Project
Chapter 2: Project Team Roles and Responsibilities
Chapter 3: Creating the Project Charter
Chapter 4: Creating the Work Breakdown Structure
Chapter 5: Creating the Project Schedule
Chapter 6: Resource Planning and Management
Chapter 7: Defining the Project Budget and Risk Plans
Chapter 8: Communicating the Plan
Chapter 9: Processing Change Requests and Procurement Documents
Chapter 10: Project Tools and Documentation
Appendix Answers to Review Questions

Author Details
"Kim Heldman", MBA, PMP is the CIO for the Regional Transportation District in Denver, Colorado. Kim directs IT resource planning, budgeting, project prioritization, and strategic and tactical planning. She directs and oversees IT design and development, enterprise resource planning systems, IT infrastructure, application development, cybersecurity, IT program management office, intelligent transportation systems, and data center operations.

Download Drive-1

You May Also Like These E-Books:-

No comments:

Post a Comment