An expanded Third Edition of the bestselling guide to project management A substantial expansion and update to the most authoritative guide to managing complex projects, this new Third Edition of Visualizing Project Management makes sense out of the wide range of project management approaches and tactics, drawing upon the latest thinking and visual models for mastering complex projects. Including free, downloadable forms and templates for implementing project management, it also serves as a valuable study guide for the industry standard PMP (Project Management Professional) certification and complement to the PMI Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBOK) and INCOSE Handbook, both of which are referenced throughout. Kevin Forsberg, PhD, CSEP (San Jose, CA), is cofounder of The Center for Systems Management, which provides project management services to government and corporate clients. Hal Mooz, PMP, CSEP (San Jose, CA), is cofounder of The Center for Systems Management. Howard Cotterman (San Jose, CA) is Chief Information Officer of The Center for Systems Management.
KEVIN FORSBERG, PHD, CSEP, is cofounder of The Center for Systems Management, which provides project management and systems engineering services to an international client list that includes the CIA, Nokia, Lockheed Martin, and NASA. Dr. Forsberg has over forty-five years of experience in the project management and systems engineering fields and has won numerous awards, including the NASA Public Service Medal, the CIA Seal Medallion, and the INCOSE Pioneer Award.
HAL MOOZ, PMP, CSEP, is cofounder of The Center for Systems Management and has twenty-three years of experience consulting to government and private organizations, including AT&T, NASA, Bell Labs, and GTE. He has developed leading university and industry project management training programs and trained more than 10,000 high-technology project managers. He was awarded the CIA Seal Medallion and the INCOSE Pioneer Award.
HOWARD COTTERMAN has served The Center for Systems Management in roles ranging from project manager to president. His executive posts at leading technology companies include vice president of Rockwell International and engineering director responsible for Intel's family of microcomputers.