Bestselling Project Management Software Books in 2020
Project Management: Proven Principles in Agile Project Management for Successful Managers and Businesses (Project Management 101)
Project Management Using Microsoft Project 2016: A Training and Reference Guide for Project Managers Using Standard, Professional, Server, Web Application and Project Online for Office 365
Agile Project Management: Scrum Master: 21 Tips to Facilitate and Coach Agile Scrum Teams (scrum master, scrum, agile development, agile software development)
Agile Project Management: QuickStart Guide - The Complete Beginners Guide To Mastering Agile Project Management! (Scrum, Project Management, Agile Development)
Agile Project Management: A Step By Step Guide To Understanding The Agile Project Management Lifecycle For Beginners
Project Management Absolute Beginner's Guide
Waltzing With Bears: Managing Risk on Software Projects
- Used Book in Good Condition
Software Project Management: A Process-Driven Approach
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Project Pain Reliever: A Just-In-Time Handbook for Anyone Managing Projects
Agile Project Management, A Complete Beginner's Guide To Agile Project Management!
Agile Project Management with Kanban (Developer Best Practices)
- Microsoft Press
The Phoenix Project: A Novel about IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win
- IT Revolution Press
A Gentle Introduction to Agile Software Development (Agile, Agile Coaching, Agile Software Development, Agile Project Management, Scrum, Scrum Product Owner, XP, Lean, Lean Software)
Project Management Software Accelerates Revenue Growth
A report from Computer Business Review highlights the ongoing growth of project management software. In 2020, this type of software enjoyed an accelerated revenue growth of 11 percent and $1.65 billion.
A report from Computer Business Review highlights the ongoing growth of project management software. In 2020, this type of software enjoyed an accelerated revenue growth of 11 percent and $1.65 billion. A research director noted that the expansion is global and expected to continue next year.
Computer Business Review points out that the project management software industry is enjoying growth in North America and Europe. Although the market is global, these two areas are seeing most of the accelerated revenue. More companies are beginning to rely on this type of software as management becomes a bigger focus.
Despite the growth, a recent article from the Bellingham Herald provides a perfect example of how the lack of project management software can actually create more problems for organizations. Government databases in the state of Washington are outdated and rely on technology that leaves them vulnerable to hackers. The lack of management software has created "more than 100 redundant components, ranging from single Excel spreadsheets to stand-alone systems." Security problems are also addressed by Genius Inside, a project management software company for IBM Lotus Notes, in a recent blog post. It notes that collaboration tools still require strong security to keep data safe from hackers. Genius Inside points out both internal and external threats have to be considered because project management often involves sensitive data that may need to be restricted to select members of an organization.
Project management software is being embraced by many businesses. While the improved work flow and management abilities that come from the software are known aspects, some organizations are still resisting the change. The Bellingham Herald's review of the shortfalls created by outdated technology in the state of Washington provides examples of how sensitive user information can become prey for hackers if security is not part of software considerations. In addition, the lack of a single cohesive system creates more opportunities for breaches.