Matthew Guah, “Managing Very Large It Projects in Businesses and Organizations”
Information Science Reference | 2008-09-30 | ISBN: 159904546X | 358 pages | PDF | 4,25 MB
Successful management of very large IT projects is increasingly becoming vital to corporations worldwide. Driven mainly by the demands of global competition, rapid technological growth, and faster time to market, these projects often result in un-integrated systems, and are thus incapable of supporting coordination to meet organizational goals.
Managing Very Large IT Projects in Businesses and Organizations offers a unique perspective on the management and implementation of very large IT projects, discussing sub-project integration, risk management, IT project life cycle, leadership and team building, emerging technologies, corporate strategies, resource management, quality management, quality assurance, and other influencing factors of very large successful IT projects in organizations.
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