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PM Crash Course™ for IT Professionals by Martha Young, Rita Mulcahy

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Chapter 5. Incrementalization: Breaking the Work into Projects

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Upon completion of this chapter, you should be able to:

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Identify what is a project

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Define incrementalization and the importance of its application to project management for IT

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Be able to break a project down into its component parts that can be planned, managed, and controlled

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Identify the differences between project, program, and portfolio management

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Explain real options analysis for IT project management and how to apply it

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Understand the Value Matrix

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Imagine the following situation. Your ...

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