Posts Tagged ‘HPT’

How to Create a Locally-Relevant Set of PM Job Tasks & Competencies Based on Job Level

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This article summarizes a process by which you can create a comprehensive, locally-relevant set of PM Job Tasks and Competencies Based on Job Level” that can serve as the foundation of your organization’s unique PM Job Model.  This, in turn, can be used as a powerful reference tool to guide the evolution of each project manager’s individual career, including helping structure performance evaluations, coaching, PM training and education, and HR initiatives related to PM and PM career development.

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Edited: October 23rd, 2013

20th Anniversary PDF Editions of My ID Project Management Book

 

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the publication of my first book, ID [Instructional Development] Project Management: Tools and Techniques for Instructional Designers and Developers.

Every month or so someone emails me and asks where they can get a copy of this book.  I usually tell them that as far as I know the publisher has taken it out of print. Then I explain that since it’s publication in 1992, I’ve written & published 5 more PM books. And all of these are “agnostic” — designed to be used in any industry or any areas of specialization (including instructional design & development).  Then I simply recommend my latest book & support tools (The Project Management Minimalist) instead.

Still, there are those folks who REALLY push me to help them find the book. For them, and all of you who might be wondering about my ID PM book, I’ve created a couple of “scanned PDF” versions of this book which you can download.  Note that the “scanned PDF” format has some limitations, such as non-scalable fonts, etc. (Please see the notes below the “Read More” line for details.)

Enjoy!

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Buy the Printer-Friendly Version: $4.99*

Choose the “printer-friendly” version if you intend to print copies of this book on standard, 8 1/2″ by 11″ pages.

Before you buy: Please be advised that this is a “scanned PDF” file. Please read the technical note below re: formatting.




 

( PRINTER-FRIENDLY PDF VERSION: WIDER MARGINS, SMALLER TEXT)

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Buy the E-Reader Version: $2.99*

Choose the “e-reader” version if you intend to use this scanned PDF with your Kindle, NOOK, iPad, or computer’s PDF reading software.

Before you buy: Please be advised that this is a “scanned PDF” file. Please read the technical note below re: formatting.




 

( E-READER PDF VERSION: NARROWER MARGINS, LARGER TEXT)

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* [Click “Read More” or see below for technical details re: formatting.]

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Edited: July 10th, 2012

Really? My ID Project Management Book is a Collector’s Item??

So… Imagine My Surprise!

Every month or so someone emails me and asks where they can get a copy of my first book, ID [Instructional Development] Project Management: Tools and Techniques for Instructional Designers and Developers. I usually tell them that as far as I know the publisher has taken this book out of print. Then I explain that since that book’s publication in 1992, I’ve written & published 5 more PM books. And all of these are “agnostic” — designed to be used in any industry or any areas of specialization (including instructional design & development).  Then I simply recommend my latest book & support tools (The Project Management Minimalist) instead.

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Edited: April 2nd, 2012