Project Management Books

All of our project textbooks, videos and project case studies are based on learn-by-doing (Experiential Learning).  The student sees how to do it and sees what not to do.  Then he does it himself in live presentations; with feedback at each step. Students work through realistic case studies with real project data and real project executives. As you develop your plan and schedule you will get coaching and feedback on each step in video conferences with your instructor.  You will see videos of the characters in your case.  As you get to know them, you will decide how to present your ideas to them and see how they respond.  

You will present your plans, schedules and later your status reports.  Your instructor will review you presentation before you give it and then give you feedback on how you presented it in to executives in our simulation meeting room.  You will also get instructor feedback on how you answered questions from your sponsor and the stakeholders.  

Dick Billows, PMP

You don’t learn academic theories and concepts here.  You master proven, practical tools and techniques to deliver projects that delight your boss or client.  

Our training is designed for project professionals from beginners to portfolio managers.  We publish our own textbooks and make our own project management videos so your materials are consistent and reinforce your learning. Your books and videos let you “see” a  PM’s work through every step of a real project. We give you lots of practice using every tool and technique so you gain confidence in your PM skills and ability.

1-to-1 Instruction and Personal Coaching

You may start a course whenever you want and study when it fits your schedule. Our courses are tailored to your skill level and career goals. They are industry-specific: IT, Construction, Healthcare, Consulting, Business. 

You will work with your instructor on a “real world” industry-specific project case study. You’ll get personal, 1-to-1 instruction and coaching over the internet. Your instructor gives you written or verbal feedback on every assignment you submit. They will also answer your questions within 24 hours. You have as many video conferences and e-mail exchanges with your instructor as you need. 

Real World Case Studies

You don’t learn vague theories or academic concepts.  You learn practical project management tools through our textbooks, lectures, “Project-Manager-in-Action” videos  and real world case studies. You read and watch how a project manager uses each technique before you apply it to your project case study. Your instructor gives you personal, written or oral feedback on your work.

  Project Management Tools Textbooks

Our project management textbooks explain how a PM uses project management tools on real world projects. They are rich in practical skills that are explained in step-by-step detail.  It’s like you’re sitting right there next to the expert project manager. You’ll read the initial conversation where the PM asks the boss/customer what result they want the project to produce. You read how the PM asks the right questions to define the project scope and its measure of success. Next you “sit in on” the PM’s interviews with the managers involved in the project. You’ll learn how to ask the right questions to gather all their requirements.  Then you learn techniques for working with team members to estimate costs and hours of work.

You learn how that data is used to create a schedule using MS Project® or Gantter® software. You’ll see every click and step so you know how to do it. Next you read how the PM presents the plan and schedule and answers the kind of questions managers always ask.  Finally, you see how to track and report the project’s progress. You’ll learn how to enter weekly data from the team members and present the results in a status report to the boss/customer. The reporting process includes identifying problems and recommending solutions.

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8 thoughts on “Project Management Books”

  1. Those are really some of the best guides I have seen for project management. Personally I lack skills of time management which essentially leads to poor project management. Hopefully these will help in my time management skills too.

    Sushant @

    1. Sushant

      Yes we do. Good project managers need to learn to manage their own time as well as the team’s time. Our methodology will teach you what to spend your time on and what to take a pass on.

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