Real Web Project Management: Case Studies and Best Practices from the Trenches

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Addison-Wesley, 2003 - Computers - 299 pages

Web project management is a relatively new and expanding profession. It has developed as people have discovered how different web site development is from traditional software projects. Web project managers are not only found in technology companies or dot coms. As companies of all sizes in all industries rush to integrate the web into their daily business operations, employees are being asked to manage web projects of all shapes and sizes. As veterans of the internet industry, the authors offer detailed solutions to managing web projects. They will present tools and real-world advice on both techniques for success as well as pitfalls to avoid. The numerous examples and case studies are based on their own success at as well as other web sites they have worked on. Rather than presenting a rigid methodology, the authors present a toolbox of tips, tricks, anecdotes, and case studies that will help the reader come up with a Web development methodology that works for him or her.

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This was a great read for me. It was like spending several hours with a practiced expert, full of practical, useful advice. The case studies were somewhat helpful; by far the best part about the book ... Read full review


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Thomas J. Shelford is a partner in Project Calibrate™, a consulting group specializing in Web project management training ( He began his Web-related career in 1996 as the founder of SeaState Internet Solutions, a freelance Web development shop.

Gregory A. Remillard has been a project manager on large-scale Web development projects for five years. He has managed projects for diverse companies such as Gruner & Jahr USA ( and (formerly Greg is a founding partner of Project Calibrate™ (


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