Gregory T. Haugan, Effective Work Breakdown Structures, Project Management Institute, 2001
Haugan offers insight into how to apply the WBS to different types of projects and use it throughout the project life cycle to plan, control and communicate. The book includes WBS principles, structural checklists, and example action steps. At 120 pages, it’s a concise, compact guide.
Richard Whitehead, Leading a Software Development Team: A Developer’s Guide to Successfully Leading People & Projects, Addison-Wesley, 2001
Whitehead takes a question-and-answer approach to team management and activity tracking. The book features a lot of information on how project managers can foster efficiencies, overcome problems, lead toward specific ...