10 Years of Celebrating Indie Authors

Share this book with your friends

Everyday Project Management Solutions Questions & Answers

Author Name: Suresh K Basandra | Format: Paperback | Genre : Business, Investing & Management | Other Details

An indispensable guide and invaluable tool with Project Management topics covered in 400 questions and answers.

Key topics covered include: Project Management Overview, Project Scope and Requirements Management, Project Estimation, Project Planning, Cost Management, Time Management, Project Control, Risk Management, Change Management, Meetings Management, Quality Management, Project Evaluation, Project Management Organization, Program Management, Stress Management, Framework, Methodology and Process, Software Development Management, Agile Project Management, Roadmap, Management Tools and Templates.

This book describes the key attributes and practical skills of successful project management that will enhance project delivery regardless of your level of experience. Skills and concepts detailed in this book can be easily understood and implemented. They are "everyday" skills, but they are skills and concepts that the best project managers use every day. Each chapter details the concepts, practices, and tools that readers will use to build their proficiency in every phase of delivering a project efficiently and effectively.

This book is a terrific guide to the 'how's' and 'why's' of project management. Responses are based on what tends to work for those of us who lead actual projects, programs or manage scrums or teams. Anyone who has the responsibility for managing a project or aspire to be in a project manager role should have a copy of this book handy for easy reference.

Paperback 695

Inclusive of all taxes


Item is available at

Enter pincode for exact delivery dates

Also Available On

Suresh K Basandra

Suresh K Basandra is a software engineering executive with over 40 years’ research, development, management and teaching experience in hardware, software and information systems, 25 years in software development management, people management and program management experience in early-stage start-ups to large global organizations as founding member/senior manager/director/vice president.

He graduated in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Delhi College of Engineering. He obtained his M. Tech. in Computer Technology from IIT, Delhi and Masters in Computer Science Courses from University of California, Berkeley, California, USA.

He successfully led multi-million dollars and multi-location software development projects in his career. Recently he worked at CDK Global, LivePerson, Centrify (acquired by Thoma Bravo), Proofpoint, Marble Security (acquired by Proofpoint), Meltwater, Good Technology (acquired by Motorola), Motorola (acquired by Google), Siebel Systems (acquired by Oracle).

Earlier, he worked as Research Engineer at A.C.E.S, I.I.T. Kanpur, Executive Officer at Indian Ports Association, New Delhi, Senior Software Engineer at C-DOT, New Delhi, Associate Professor and Head, Computer Center at Management Development Institute, Gurgaon, Project Manager, Computer Division, at Howe (India) Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, Consultant at Digital Equipment (India) Ltd., New Delhi, a subsidiary of Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC), USA, Senior Project Leader at InfoGain, Inc., California, USA, and Project Manager at TCSI Corporation, California, USA.

He brought Mobile Threat Defense and Intellectual Property Protection products from concept to global market and Social Media and Marketing products to next generation being part of the initial teams. Products he has personally led have generated over $200 million revenue per year. Based on the innovation and product and process enhancements, he has 6 patents in Application Security granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office, and two highest possible Bravo Awards from Motorola.

He has over fifty research papers and articles in the area of hardware and software to his credit. These have appeared in various reputed journals and magazines like Information Processing Letters (Netherlands), CSI Communications, Dataquest, Information Technology, Instruments and Electronics Developments, Indian Ports, and Electronics For You. He was contributing editor to Information Technology from 1991 to 1994.