Project Management Step-by-Step. 2002. Richman, L.L. Amacom: New York, NY. pp 21. Some useful ideas for planning and carrying out a complex project.
Project Management for the Technical Professional. 2001. Dobson, M.S.Project Management Institute. This book provides guidance to help technical professionals develop the necessary skills to succeed in leadership positions. Although the book is geared towards the business world, the first section provides a useful discussion of the difference between doing technical work and managing a technical project.
Visualizing Project Management, 2nd edition. 2000. Forsberg, K., H. Mooz, and H. Cotterman. Wiley and Sons, Inc.: Hoboken, NJ. Written by a trio of authors whose combined project management experience is unequaled in the field. The processes and techniques in this landmark book have been confirmed through the experiences of thousands of working project managers in a variety of corporations. The integrated approach presented in Visualizing Project Management is accessible and complete. This book gets very good reviews.