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4. Recommended Reading: Cadle, J. and Yeates, D. (2007), Project Management for Information Systems (3/e), FT Prentice Hall, Harlow, England.,All Saints Library 658.4038PRO Cleland, D.I. and Ireland, L.R. (2007), Project Management: Strategic Design and Implementation (5/e), McGraw-Hill, USA. All Saints Library 658.404CLE Gardiner, P.D. (2005), Project Management: A Strategic Planning Approach, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.,All Saints Library 658.404GAR Highsmith, J.A. (2004), Agile Project Management: Creating Innovative Products, Addison-Wesley, London.,All Saints Library 005.12 HIG Lientz, B. and Rea, K.P. (2002), Project Management for the 21stCentury, London Academic Press, San Diego.,All Saints Library 658.404LIE Maylor, H. (2010), Project management, FT Prentice Hall, Harlow, England.,All Saints Library 658.404MAY Meredith, J.R. and Mantel, S.J. (2009), Project Management: A Managerial Approach, (7/e), John Wiley and Sons, Inc. All Saints Library 658.404MER 5. Further Assignment Guidance There are diverse arguments that are of potential relevance to this essay question. You are invited to make an assessment of the question that is supported by evidence. Some of the other challenges of this assignment are the abilities to demonstrate that; •You have engaged with a sufficient and varied range of research sources (at least six 
different sources) to improve the potential quality of your work. •You have correctly interpreted and evaluated such diverse sources •You can structure your work appropriately and you write in a coherent manner •You have been selective in the sources you eventually chose, with reference to them 
and with some justification as to why they are perceived to be significant •You can avoid the excessive use of descriptive text in order to allow sufficient space 
for more analytical work.

4. Recommended Reading:
Cadle, J. and Yeates, D. (2007), Project Management for Information Systems (3/e), FT Prentice Hall, Harlow, England.,All Saints Library 658.4038PRO
Cleland, D.I. and Ireland, L.R. (2007), Project Management: Strategic Design and Implementation (5/e), McGraw-Hill, USA. All Saints Library 658.404CLE
Gardiner, P.D. (2005), Project Management: A Strategic Planning Approach, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.,All Saints Library 658.404GAR
Highsmith, J.A. (2004), Agile Project Management: Creating Innovative Products, Addison-Wesley, London.,All Saints Library 005.12 HIG
Lientz, B. and Rea, K.P. (2002), Project Management for the 21stCentury, London Academic Press, San Diego.,All Saints Library 658.404LIE
Maylor, H. (2010), Project management, FT Prentice Hall, Harlow, England.,All Saints Library 658.404MAY
Meredith, J.R. and Mantel, S.J. (2009), Project Management: A Managerial Approach, (7/e), John Wiley and Sons, Inc. All Saints Library 658.404MER
5. Further Assignment Guidance
There are diverse arguments that are of potential relevance to this essay question. You are invited to make an assessment of the question that is supported by evidence.
Some of the other challenges of this assignment are the abilities to demonstrate that;
•You have engaged with a sufficient and varied range of research sources (at least six 
different sources) to improve the potential quality of your work.
•You have correctly interpreted and evaluated such diverse sources
•You can structure your work appropriately and you write in a coherent manner
•You have been selective in the sources you eventually chose, with reference to them 
and with some justification as to why they are perceived to be significant
•You can avoid the excessive use of descriptive text in order to allow sufficient space 
for more analytical work.

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