ISBN-13: 9781456500115 / Angielski / Miękka / 2011 / 102 str.
The Laws of E-commerce Project Management is the first book dedicated on management of e-commerce projects. Based on real life experience and boiled down to the point, it solves the mystery to successful e-commerce software delivery. This is a condensed guidebook, based on direct experience of what works and what does not in e-commerce project management. In other words, what an e-commerce project manager should take care of so that, should everything else not work out, the project would still be a success This is not an overwhelming 300-page textbook, but a condensed, pocket-size handbook to read and refer to before, during and after a project. To complete the picture, there is a free 30-days access (worth 27$) to the E-CHIEVE membership area providing you with online coaching and resources, including functional specifications, budget planning, software and software supplier assessment and much more.
PART OF THE BOOK REVIEWS:
"Boiled down to the point, fast to read and pocket format - in other words everything you need for daily business with e-commerce. A must have for e-commerce project managers in all industries."
Kai Thomas Krause, e-commerce project manager and author of "Change Management"
"This book is a spot on summarizing pitfalls and challenges for e-commerce project managers and offers practical ideas how to handle them. It is like reading a well and easy written summary of all my learnings in previous projects. A must read-guide for e-commerce project managers."
Jeroen Van Eck, e-Business consultant and founder of Social Media Club Rotterdam.
"The book is an excellent user-guide for effective and modern e-commerce project management. Enyo Markovski created a brief and very exact overview of all aspects a modern project manager should consider."
Rico Neitzel, CEO Buro 71a
"Enyo Markovski's book is a great base for successfully executing e-commerce projects. The book covers all areas of project management and applies them to the specifics of e-commerce. The author's broad experience is condensed into easy to remember laws which should guide each e-commerce project."
Frank Reinartz, IT Manager Gulf Countries, Henkel Arabia
"An excellent guide that will help you become aware of a number of issues that are common to those who work very closely with e-commerce projects, and explain in a clear and simple way how to tackle them in a better way. Topics are addressed in an analytical way and get right to the heart of the matter without getting lost in unnecessary verbiage."
Matteo Cordini, CEO at PLAYGROUND creative web agency
"The book describes a set of laws which you must definitely take in consideration when you are involved in an E-Commerce project. Even if you're not actually managing the project I'd recommend this book to help avoid common mistakes. I like the way the information is summarized, especially funny parts like "riding the death horse of the law of failure." Proper focus, clear priorities and responsibilities together with the other "E-commerce Laws" summarized by the author must help you to avoid riding the "death horse" of the ever changing E-commerce."
Felix Hanos, Senior Developer Next Commerce