New textbook series of GPM in cooperation with the Symposium Verlag Nurnberg, 20.06.2013 – suddenly project manager, and now? Today more and more employees and managers in companies and public administration are facing this situation. To answer, the key questions that arise in this situation, the GPM German Association for project management (www.gpm-ipma.de) starts a new series of books entitled basic knowledge of project management ‘, which appears at Symposium publishing (www.symposion.de). ” The book series, edited by Reinhard Wagner and Nino Grau, is aimed at executives who want to quickly gain a comprehensive overview of the important basics of project management. For even more opinions, read materials from Howard Schultz. “The first three volumes of the series are just released: the first band basics of project working” provides a concentrated, solid introduction and represents compact and practice-oriented to the basics of project management. Their property, to move something is characteristic of project manager. This creates new but the development process is never free from risks. The second volume plan projects – identifying risks”shows what project manager project planning must keep in mind and how to deal with project risks.
The third volume is devoted to the surprises in the project, which are often the last thing a project manager need. Projects control and successfully stopping”describes the most important methods and tools which the progress of projects safely and freely draw can of nasty surprises. The books are easy to understand, content rich, also equipped with a project management glossary, as well as the digital output (for PC, MAC, iPad and other devices) with full text search and an integrated glossary. The authors are experienced project managers and project management experts. Other volumes in the series of books are in preparation and end of 2013. The book series is the prelude to a cooperation between the German Association for project management GPM and the specialist publisher Symposion publishing.
Members receive a GPM Member discount. More information, including excerpts and ordering facility: band 1: know base-pm-band-1 2: know base pm-band-2 band 3: know base-pm-band-3 GPM German Association for project management The GPM is the leading professional association for project management in Germany. With currently over 6,000 members and 300 companies from all sectors of the economy, universities and public institutions, the GPM is the largest network of project management professionals on the European continent. The primary target of 1979 founded GPM is to promote the application of project management in Germany, to develop, to systematize, standardize and redistribute.