The PMO Leader Library
Books from the leading authors in our industry. Our Library is intended to help you find the expertise and guidance to help you advance your PMO Leader career.
Featured Book of the Month
Accidental Agile Project Manager
What's an accidental agile project manager, you ask? Anyone who suddenly and unexpectedly finds themselves responsible for an agile project. Maybe the home remodel project turned out to be a little more difficult and complex than you expected.
An organization you volunteer for may need a project to build a new wing for an orphanage and asks you to help. Or your manager gave you a project management book and put you in charge of an important work project. In business, it's not uncommon to see team leaders doing project managers' work, and they may not even be aware.
Accidental Project Manager
Zero to Hero in 7 Days
Everything you need to get started in an easy-to-read book. Each chapter includes a project management tip, reading selections from the PMBOK® Guide, and additional learning resources. A set of more than a dozen ready-to-use templates is available online.
This is the story of the invaluable lessons Rhett learns transforming from Zero to Hero!
Leading Mega Projects
A Tailored Approach
The performance of megaprojects is questionable, and a large percentage of them fail in one dimension or another. The challenges that contribute to these failures are known. Then why do these projects still fail at a high rate? Leading Megaprojects: A Tailored Approach examines the challenges facing megaprojects and, more importantly, successes in delivering megaprojects.
Being a Young Project Manager
Hamutal Weisz & Daniel Zitter
Being a project manager is not a subject reserved only for professionals or "adults". Young and old alike know this: projects are challenges that we all encounter, time and time again. The sooner we acquire the skills needed to successfully manage a project the better, and we need to improve upon them continuously, not only to benefit our projects, but as a tool for life in general. If you are a young project manager, use this book to understand how to deal with your next project.