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
Applying Artificial Intelligence to Project Management
Author Paul Boudreau shares the keys to project management success using a modern approach: artificial intelligence. Within the pages of Applying Artificial Intelligence to Project Management, Boudreau describes five AI tools in concept and how they apply directly to project success, as well as the strategy and method to use to purchase and implement AI tools for project management. Understand the difference between automating a task and changing it by using AI. Discover how AI uses data and the importance of data maintenance. Learn why projects fail and how using artificial intelligence for project management improves project success rates. Read project management success stories in one of the best business books on machine learning, and prepare to leave behind that 50 percent project success rate for one that’s 95 percent or higher.Grab A Copy!
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!
Managing Multiple Projects
How Project Managers Can Balance Priorities, Manage Expectations and Increase Production
Between a greater number of project sponsors, resource conflicts and constant pressure from deadlines, it can be difficult to avoid burnout. Managing Multiple Projects blends formal project management techniques with time management and productivity tools in a step-by-step approach to consolidating your workload. From combining schedules to prioritising work and engaging stakeholders, this book clearly explains how to adapt your behaviour and techniques to successfully work on several projects at once.
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.