Web Developer & Web Project Manager at Acxiom Corporation
13 January 2001 05:50am
Just curious if anyone can direct me to information concerning "Best in Practice" or "World class" data as it pertains to web development and the processes there in. Any website, white papers or books that deal in this area would be appreciated.
Ashley, just bought the book and am really looking forward to reading through it.
CEO at Econsultancy
16 January 2001 17:33pm
Hope you enjoy the book. I haven't come across that much in terms of *web* best practice project management data and standards. However, I know of a couple of sites that I have used for information on similar things for project management more generally.
Below (in order of quality and relevance) are some of those sites:
The Project Management Forum
This is a good resource site for project management, including a good library, a “Project Management Calendar, the world's most complete list of project management conferences, events and meetings around the world” as well as other useful resources. There is also a Directory of Generally Accepted Project Management Practices at http://www.pmforum.org/prof/gapmp.htm which it sounds like you might be interested in.
Project Management Institute
“PMI is recognized worldwide as the primary source of knowledge and wisdom in the field of project and program management.” Despite these claims I don’t actually use the site that often (and I’m not a member) but they do have a section on standards which you asked about at http://www.pmi.org/standards/ - could be useful?
The Project Management WWW Site
Quite good for software tools and resources.
Novient WebProject site
A site mostly about the company’s virtual project management software but there is also a discussion forum on virtual project management.
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