Project Management Memory Jogger – 2nd Ed.

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Unlike a college novel, the PMMJ is a concise, no nonsense description of HOW project managers and teams can quickly and effectively plan and execute their projects. Aligned with A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK Guide), there is a new section on consensus based decision making tools to help project teams.

  • Expanded section on team dynamics, teamwork, and virtual teams. Easily identifiable tips for virtual teams are also interspersed throughout the book.
  • Collaborative decision making tools and analysis for use with project teams for identification of issues, prioritization, and root cause identification (Affinity Diagram, ID, Prioritization Matrices).
  • Project Communication and Procurement Plans
  • Cross Cultural Teams
  • Project Quality Plan
  • Organizational Change Management
  • Project Contingency
  • Projects vs Operations
  • Expanded segments on working with teams, virtual team tips, scope (customer analysis and SMART Criteria), risk, scheduling (critical path), and monitoring & control, (earned value).

Pocket Size – ISBN: 978-1-57681-122-1

Desktop Size – ISBN: 978-1-57681-244-0

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Weight 0.3 lbs
Dimensions 5.5 × 4 × 0.75 in

Karen Tate, Paula Martin


Spiral Bound


Digital (on, Desktop Guide (5 inches x 7 inches), Pocket Guide (3.5 inches x 5.5 inches)


Pocket Guide: 978-1-57681-122-1 Desktop Guide: 978-1-57681-244-0



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3 reviews for Project Management Memory Jogger – 2nd Ed.

  1. Leo N.

    This is a classic reference book for anyone in a PM role. Great tools and techniques in this little book that I’ve used many more times than I could have imagined. Highly recommend to any new or experienced Project Mangers out there

  2. Pete U.

    This book saved me when I transitioned to being a de facto project manager at my company. It really boils down the key topics and potential pitfalls into an easy to digest format. The examples throughout are generic but definitely helpful. Good book.

  3. Mary D.

    Purchased these books with custom covers for our company last year and I still see people referencing them frequently around the office. It’s a pretty small expense for such great material.

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