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IT Heads

Postby fantasma » Sat Sep 24, 2011 8:10 am

Any one in the IT field or Project Management?

Looking for a good book (readable) for a pre-novice :| on Use Cases and projects.
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Re: IT Heads

Postby fiddlefaddle » Mon Sep 26, 2011 7:01 am

The Fast Forward MBA in Project Management is pretty good. It's cheap, easy to read, and will give you a good intro to Project Management and all the lingo that goes with it.

I don't know of any good ones only about use cases...

Sounds like an intro textbook on Systems Analysis and Design might help you, too. IT books can get VERY expensive, so sometimes I'll order an old edition of a textbook for a few dollars. This side of IT doesn't change quickly enough that you need to buy the latest and greatest version of the books.
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Re: IT Heads

Postby Creditguard » Fri Oct 07, 2011 2:51 am

I suggest you "Visualizing Project Management" written by Kevin Forsberg which is published in 2000 and contents are a model for business and technical success.


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